Tag Archive: nottingham blog

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

La Storia – Italian – Nottingham (West Bridgford)

  La Storia is not on the fashionable Central Avenue like most of West Bridgford’s other restaurants. Instead it’s behind Trent Bridge on the residential Musters Road. It does make it easier to… Continue reading

The Peacock – Vegan – Nottingham

  The excesses of Christmas have passed, the mounds of chocolate and carbs are gone. Might you consider a vegan meal as one of your first of 2017? The Peacock has sat opposite… Continue reading

Nottingham’s Restaurants of 2016

  2016 has seen over 30 posts from me about food in our fair city. So has it been another good year for Nottingham’s food scene? For a couple of years there have… Continue reading

Griddle and Shake – Burgers – Nottingham

The man behind the excellent Clockhouse at Upton decided to turn his focus from fine dining to fast food. His leafy suburban location has also been traded for a city centre spot in… Continue reading

Toast & Iberico – Brunches – Nottingham

I can’t quite remember when brunch became quite such a fashionable weekend occupation. Breakfast food tends to not quite be my thing, my girlfriend however is a fan which is why I have… Continue reading

Red Dog Saloon – BBQ – Nottingham

When you enter Red Dog Saloon you know you are in a BBQ restaurant. Many things died to make this place what it is. It isn’t just what arrives on your plate but… Continue reading

All the food of the fair…

Before you complain, no I did not eat any mushy peas. Yes, they are the most famous foodstuff of the Goosefair but I don’t like them. That might have something to do with… Continue reading

The Sir John Borlaise Warren – Pub (Sunday Roast) – Nottingham

  Autumn has arrived, and with it my attention turns back to the Sunday Roast. An overloaded plate of steaming gravy and filling Yorkshires never appeals over the summer months but as the weather… Continue reading

La Capanna – Italian – Nottingham

La Capanna literally means the hut and there is a link there it’s relatively small in size and quite dark. It reminded me more of a grandparents house, the thermostat was a few… Continue reading