Tag Archive: Thai

Thailand No.1 – Thai – Nottingham

Friday night at 8pm and Nottingham was abuzz. A hot summers day had come to an end and as we strolled through the city bars and restaurants were packed. Well most of them were,… Continue reading

The Lobster Pot – Seafood – Nottingham

Mansfield Road’s venues for food are mostly places I would barely consider on the small hours on a Saturday morning. This made it all the more surprising when I heard there was a good… Continue reading

Top 10 Nottingham Restaurants of 2015

I’ve picked out spots that have appeared on the blog this year deserving of a special mention. The first five were brand new to Nottingham, the second selection newly reviewed but have been around some… Continue reading

Thaikhun – Thai – Nottingham

Thaikhun follows swiftly in the footsteps of Zaap bringing another new Thai food experience to Nottingham. This latest venture sits in the recently refurbished Victoria centre and is surrounded by all the other… 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

Siam House – Thai – Nottingham (West Bridgford) – Review by Sarah

I am starting to think that there is a correlation between how far I am from the Market Square and how happy I am with my dining experiences. I had an excellent time… 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

Thailand No. 1 – Thai – Nottingham – Review by Sarah

Nice. It’s not necessarily a complimentary adjective. Any child who hears, “that’s nice, dear,” in response to their art homework can be pretty sure that not only are they not going to be… Continue reading