Tag Archive: Lamb

Debsh – Persian – Nottingham

Appearances can be deceiving. That’s what I said to myself climbing the tatty, garishly red stairs at Debsh having sought refuge from the dark, damp of a rainy Wollaton Street. Entering the restaurant… 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

The Calcutta Club – Indian – Nottingham

My first “revisit” was quite a success with the Pelican Club more than doubling the score I had originally given it. Another restaurant where I had a disappointing first meal was the Calcutta… 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

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

The Banyan Tree – Indian – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

Sarah is a new contributor to supplement the Frusher of ‘Frusher on Food’. Read a little intro from her here   If a restaurant attached to a petrol station on a roundabout manages… Continue reading

Haveli – Indian – Nottingham

I don’t eat out of the city centre as much as I would like, however a combination of Haveli’s position as one of the top rated Indian’s in Nottingham on tripadvisor, and a… Continue reading

Calcutta Club – Indian – Nottingham

Calcutta Club shares a number of things with Memsaab; its location is next door, Calcutta’s creators opened Memsaab in the 90s and the battle for customers in the top end of the Nottingham… Continue reading

Iberico – World Tapas – Nottingham

**2018 update”” Another upgrade for Ibercio, having basically eaten everywhere in Nottingham now I would put them third behind Sat Bains and Alchemilla. Some of the dishes I have eaten have been at… Continue reading