Tag Archive: Lunch

Malt Cross – Pub – Nottingham

The Malt Cross is a lovely setting, whether enjoying a drink, taking in some live music or coming to their Monday quiz night. The traditional features of a Victorian music hall have been maintained, an attractive… Continue reading

Baresca – Tapas – Nottingham

** 2018 update. A couple of more recent meals have been a lower standard of food than my original review, the menu del dia is certainly good value but the food and overall… Continue reading

Alley Café – Vegetarian – Nottingham

Alley cafe describes itself as combining the style of a bar with the relaxed feel of a European cafe. It’s quite a fitting description, and you also have the distinct feeling you are in… Continue reading

Petit Paris – French – Nottingham

Unlike the recently reviewed Bistrot Pierre, Petit Paris doesn’t have the lustre and polish of its French brother. The rustic charm it does show, as you emerge from the stairs on King’s Walk, quickly endeared… Continue reading

Red’s – BBQ – Nottingham

As I write it’s just over a week since Red’s opened, but I get the feeling I’ve already missed the boat a bit. Seemingly half of Nottingham have already been, including Sarah who gave her view… Continue reading

Bistrot Pierre – French – Nottingham

A restaurant often mentioned as omission on my site is the popular Bistrot Pierre. The small chain has around a dozen locations, mostly outside of the obvious big cities. Its chief appeal seems to be its… Continue reading

Nottingham Fast Food – Noodles and Piri Piri

Having worked late I often, lazily, pick up some food on the way home. I thought I would give my thoughts on some fast-food hot spots in Nottingham. I’m not talking the big… Continue reading

The Ledbury (2*), Lima (1*) & HKK (1*) in pictures

A collection of pictures from a November weekend in London. I enjoyed 4*s of food at The Ledbury, Lima and HKK – reviews to follow!       Lima – London – Salmon… Continue reading

Thailand No. 1 – Thai – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

Nice. It’s not necessarily a complimentary adjective. Any child who hears, “that’s nice, dear,” in response to their art homework can be pretty sure that not only are they not going to be… Continue reading

Medlar – Fine Dining – London (Chelsea)

When I get down to London I like to make the most of it and eat at some good places. Medlar has had some great reviews from bloggers and professional critics alike; it… Continue reading