Tag Archive: Nottingham

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

Sexy Mamma Love Spaghetti – Italian – Nottingham

I don’t often go long without visiting a new restaurant in Nottingham, it’s even more surprising when it’s one that has won local accolades. There isn’t a particularly good reason why either. I… 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

Frusher on Foraging

Local ingredients are ever more prominent on menus, from high end to mid market people want to know where their food really comes from. In the UK Simon Rogan’s L’Enclume comes to find… 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