Tag Archive: Indian

Rikshaw – Indian (Street Food) – Nottingham

  Sherwood goes from strength to strength and in Rikshaw they have a new style of Indian restaurant. Street food, particularly Indian, does seem to be flavour of the month with Karobar and… Continue reading

Nottingham Post Food & Drink Awards – Winners and my verdict

I haven’t blogged for a while, partly because I’ve been very busy but also beacause the hot weather has meant the thought of getting my heat producing laptop out has filled me with dread. In that… Continue reading

Lime – Indian – Nottingham (Nuthall)

  Lime was my 12th Indian restaurant review in Nottingham…see how others compare: Anoki Calcutta Club Cumin Curry Lounge Kayal Singh’s Memsaab Haveli (Chilwell) Tamatanga Desi Downtown Masala Junction   Lime has been on… Continue reading

Masala Junction – Indian – Nottingham

Masala Junction is aptly named, straddling as it does the busy Hucknall and Mansfield Road’s in Carrington. It isn’t short of pedigree, the owner having formally had stewardship of the award-winning Memsaab. The… Continue reading

Review of 2015 in Michelin Stars

2015’s Michelin Starred restaurants started with a weekend in London at the Clove Club and Dinner. The former is a up-and-coming restaurant in Shoreditch that has been making waves for the last couple of… Continue reading

Anoki – Indian – Nottingham

Anoki shares the same opulent style as its premium competitor, Memsaab. Though they sit at different ends of the city, both restaurants offer a fine dining slant on Indian food. The little touches… Continue reading

Desi Downtown – Indian – Nottingham

The road to sample the state of Nottingham’s curries is long, long and rather delicious. There are many excellent examples, my other visits I’ve included below. Cumin Curry Lounge Kayal Singh’s Memsaab Haveli… Continue reading

Gurkha One – Nepalese – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

The end of Mansfield Road near the forest fields is the unglamourous location of several shabby hotels that seem to be largely populated by stag dos, and the straightforward beer-and-football-and-chips pubs of the… Continue reading

Cumin – Indian – Nottingham

I get asked often to recommend an Indian restaurant. I can only assume the significant choice means that people are keen to know they are travelling to the best one. The battle to… Continue reading

Memsaab – Indian – Nottingham

With more nominations than Jack Nicholson and Meryl Steep combined, Memsaab is arguably Nottingham’s most decorated restaurant. I have been a couple of times but felt it would be remiss of me not to include… Continue reading