Tag Archive: Restaurant review

Oscar and Rosie’s / Das Kino – Pizza – Nottingham

**Oscar and Rosie’s has now moved to it’s own premises on Thurland Street. Louis Louis is now resident within Das Kino Are you a table tennis player? Don’t visit Das Kino. Do you like a pizza?… Continue reading

Jim’s Smokehouse – BBQ – Nottingham

Following the relative successes and failures of Red Hot Buffet and Rakonto, Jim’s Smokehouse has pitched up in the unit toward the bottom of Hockley. An effective Twitter onslaught ensued with a couple… Continue reading

Tarn Thai – Thai – Nottingham

Located on a Hockley side street Tarn Thai could be dismissed as nothing special as a casual passer by. Look closer though and you will see that in décor and ambience little in Nottingham can… Continue reading

Nathan Outlaw (2*) – Fishy Fine Dining – Cornwall (Rock)

We approached Rock via Padstow(stein) with the aid of a little ferry which traverses the river Camel. The modest, but perfectly formed St Endoc Hotel houses Restaurant Nathan Outlaw and a rather lovely… Continue reading

Angler (1*) – Fishy Fine Dining – London

I recently asked my fellow food-lover James if he would consider writing a few words about his visits to restaurants. We pretty much discovered our passion for top food together at Sat Bain’s in Nottingham and have… Continue reading

Pelican Club – Italian – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

[My visit to the Pelican Club was a disaster of quite some proportion. I was pleased to see Sarah’s thought there was some light at the end of the tunnel…]   From the off, the Pelican… Continue reading

La Rock – Modern European – Nottingham (Sandiacre)

** Summer 2015 update – I had an enjoyable lunch at La Rock with a particularly excellent quail starter. A venison main was also well done and at 3 courses for £27 at… Continue reading

The Pelican Club – Italian – Nottingham

With a bright blue neon pelican in residence, what can go wrong? The dazzling bird is ultimately not quite in keeping with the traditional wooden tables and deliberately odd chairs. I had expected… Continue reading

Curry Lounge – Indian – Nottingham

Upper Parliament Street’s Curry Lounge can be considered a extension to the Indian oligopoly of Maid Marian way. Since it’s opening in 2007 it has had its fair share of publicity, most notably… Continue reading

World Service – Modern European – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

I promised my husband I wouldn’t take any photographs at World Service, as the meal was a birthday gift for him and he feels even more strongly opposed to the mobiles-everywhere-photos-of-everything culture than… Continue reading