Tag Archive: Nottingham restaurant

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

Pieminister – Pies! – Nottingham

Pieminister’s Nottingham restaurant sees its small empi[e]re grow to 5 locations. Its original setting was Bristol where they opened their doors first time in 2003, the public consciousness of the brand has built steadily since, their… Continue reading

Pelican Club – Italian – Nottingham

It’s not a secret that I had a very disappointing visit to the Pelican Club previously.  Ever since I have been implored to return by friends and readers of this blog who had much more… 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

Zaap – Thai – Nottingham

Zaap’s doors opened this week promising “a slice of Bangkok in the UK”. The restaurant, residing next to Oaks on Maid Marian way, is busy in its decor. Bright colours and a urban style make… Continue reading

Bar Burrito & Tortilla – Mexican Fast Food – Nottingham

Post best-man duties, and whilst the new Mr and Mrs Williams are making me jealous by honeymooning in Tokyo, I am back on the blogging. No sooner had I started writing this piece… Continue reading

Anoki – Indian – Nottingham

Anoki shares the same opulent style as its premium competitor, Memsaab. Though they sit at different ends of the city, both restaurants offer a fine dining slant on Indian food. The little touches… Continue reading

The Walton – Sunday Lunch – Nottingham

The Walton traditionally conjures thoughts of a wedding rather than food venue, that’s probably why it’s never been at the front of my mind when the stomach is rumbling. I had heard if… Continue reading

Louis Louis (Das Kino) – Pizza – Nottingham

As you enter Das Kino you wouldn’t know that a change has been made behind the stove. The stylish decor of this popular bar remains unchanged despite Oscar and Rosie moving their operation… Continue reading

And the winner is…

After 150 votes the results are in. It was a close run thing between the Pelican Club and Eviva Taverna but the Italian restaurant won out in the end with over 50 votes!… Continue reading