Tag Archive: Nottingham restaurant review

Adams – Modern European (mostly) – Nottingham

  I can forgive you if you have never heard of Adams. Despite being in the city centre it isn’t too well known and doesn’t market itself. The restaurant is affiliated to New… Continue reading

The Bakehouse – Café – Nottingham (Sherwood)

I actually know the young couple who own The Bakehouse, despite this I haven’t managed to go since they opened in November. They have all the hallmarks of somewhere that I would like,… Continue reading

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

MOD – Pizza – Nottingham

MOD is an American-owned pizza specialist that describes itself as a “fast-casual” restaurant. I assume that means its fast food but they don’t want that tag associated with the likes of McDonalds. They… Continue reading

Gino’s – Italian – Nottingham (Ruddington)

I have written before about the disappointing Italian restaurants in Nottingham, certainly in the city centre. Dominated by the common chains it is certainly lacking that solid, rustic, local Italian of great value.… Continue reading

Tamatanga – Indian – Nottingham

Tamatanga describes itself as an ‘Urban Indian Canteen’, it’s a restaurant that is in your face. What comes first to my mind is their bright, branding and imagery, a jazzy website and staff… Continue reading

Inferno – Pizza – Nottingham

Inferno arrived on the Nottingham restaurant landscape at the same time as the new Victoria Centre and as such has flown a little under the radar. It occupies a unit opposite the clock… Continue reading