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Everyday People – Nottingham

We haven’t had much to shout about in new openings since Covid but with Mesa, and now Everyday People, things are on the up. This new venture opened this week and is led… Continue reading

Sans Patrie – Tapas – Nottingham

– The first thing you read on Sans Patrie’s website is “Tucked away” and that’s certainly a fair assessment of this spot in no-mans-land between Alftreton and Ilkeston Road. Their strip of hospitality… Continue reading

Mesa – Nottingham

– Rejoice, for dining out has returned. I’ve spent most of the last few weeks revisiting some of my favourite spots that I missed most. I am pleased to report that Kushi-Ya, Iberico,… Continue reading

The Railway – Pub – Nottingham (Lowdham)

  Since The Railway opened a few years ago its been one of the most decorated pubs in our city’s local food awards. Their successes also saw them open a sister pub, The… Continue reading

The Rustic Crust – Pizza – Nottingham (Farnsfield)

Its been the quietest few months for Frusher on Food since I started way back in 2013. You may have thought a captive audience was the perfect opportunity to write but with limited… Continue reading

The Snobby Butcher – Breakfast – Nottingham (Sherwood)

  Sherwood’s rise has somewhat plateaued, its still a high-street boasting gems like The Bakehouse, Rakki Rakkas and Rikshaw but no recent openings of note. Indeed I have been a bit underwhelmed by… Continue reading

Monga – Taiwanese Chicken – Nottingham

  There is always something enjoyable about trying somewhere new. Especially somewhere on a whim, especially somewhere that is unfamiliar. That’s the feeling I got this weekend when I went to check out… Continue reading

Dosa & Chutney – Indian – Nottingham

  Dosa & Chutney is where Timeout Cafe used to be, above the shops on Wheeler Gate with a hallway entrance before you head up some stairs to the restaurant. The actual dining… Continue reading

Sample – Modern European – Nottingham

  Sample might have flown under some radars but those in the know have been talking about it since opening a couple of months ago, I have been eagerly waiting for the opportunity… Continue reading

U Canteen – Chinese – Nottingham

  The best Chinese restaurants often aren’t much to look at and U Canteen is no exception. Down just past the properly fashionable part of Hockley it’s opposite Oriental Mart which I believed… Continue reading