Tag Archive: Nottingham restaurant review

Kushi-Ya – Japanese – Nottingham

  Followers of mine will know that after a successful pop up earlier in the year I have been eagerly waiting for Kushi-Ya become a permanent fixture in the city. An unsuccessful KickStarter… Continue reading

Autumn 2018 scores update and food news!

  A long overdue update has finally arrived with my full list of scores. Its taken over a year, buying a new house, getting a job and general laziness are just a few… Continue reading

Mowgli – Indian (Street Food) – Nottingham

Three or four years ago I’m sure I would have been one of the first bloggers through the doors of a new restaurant. Over the last few years the sands have shifted and… Continue reading

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

Pistachio – Persian – Nottingham

Sneinton Market is often a hive of activity, there are a few little cafes and a regular vegan market is a great spot for produce and food stalls. What it hasn’t had so… Continue reading

The Black Bull – Modern British / Gastropub – Blidworth (30min North of Nottingham)

You may have not heard the name but in food circles in Nottinghamshire The Black Bull has been making waves for a while now. Their ambition has caught the eye of food critics… Continue reading

Kushi-Ya (pop-up) – Japanese – Nottingham

Kushi-Ya has now opened permanently in Nottingham, reviewed here.   I almost didn’t write about Kushi-Ya. Partly due to the fact that it’s only a popup but mostly because I found it hard… Continue reading

Sushimania – Japanese – Nottingham

Angel Row has seen better days. Sinatra’s is now long gone leaving both empty unit and bare pavement, next door, The Olive Tree cafĂ© has recently closed too. Marrakesh was the last bastion… Continue reading

Rakki Rakkas – Turkish – Nottingham (Sherwood)

  Kraft Werks on Mansfield Road is a great choice for beer lovers (although some purists may prefer more on tap than this can and bottle heavy hop shop). The real question after… Continue reading

Cafe Coco Tang – Vietnamese – Nottingham

I’m always somewhat sceptical when a cocktail bar turns it hand at food. Maybe even more so when it’s a difficult cuisine to master. Why not stick to bacon and eggs with a… Continue reading