Nottingham is famous for a number of fairly well-known reasons including its UNESCO city of literature heritage, for being the home of the heroic outlaw from English folklore Robin Hood, and of course the brilliant and booming Nottingham restaurant scene. Home to several hundred restaurants, Nottingham also boasts several AA rosette winning restaurants and a two star Michelin restaurant located near Clifton Bridge. But it’s not only fine dining restaurants in Nottingham – there are in increasing number of concept spaces, themed spots and one particular Nottingham restaurant that won the National Fish & Chips award for best newcomer in 2013. There are lots of Nottingham restaurants serving the hungry masses here in the East Midlands, so why not take a look at the Quandoo selection today and start your Nottingham restaurant adventure?
Nottingham is the proud recipient of a UNESCO listing that classifies it as a world class city of literature. With links to Lord Byron and D.H. Lawrence, this vibrant city is proud as punch of this historic milestone, as it should be. Speaking of miles, literature isn’t the only thing Nottingham is proud of, and the curry mile, aptly along Maid Marion Way boats twelve outstanding Indian Nottingham restaurants that have certainly got the locals satisfied. There is healthy competition between all the Nottingham restaurants along this strip, and most are friends boosting each other and supporting each other which makes the curry mile the local favourite it is. You can find all your favourite curry classics at these charming Nottingham Indian restaurants from tandoor treats, dal, dosa, thali, rogan josh, biryani with all the trimmings and brimming with flavour and spice. Whatever your favourite is, you’re going to find all you want and more along this famous road of Indian Nottingham restaurants, so begin your culinary curry journey today!
Not only is Nottingham well known for boasting a flurry of local, street-style, conceptual and relaxing restaurants, but also for some exceptional, high-class and award-winning restaurants where the service and menu are more than food, they are works of art. There are several AA rosette winning Nottingham restaurants dotted throughout the city, and one particular Nottingham restaurant was awarded the coveted Bib Gourmand in the 2014 Michelin Guide. Nottingham restaurants are renowned for class, impeccable style and presentation with dishes brimming with flavour that you could expect from any fine dining restaurant anywhere in the world.
You of course can expect in the heart of the East Midlands that there is going to be some outstanding classic British fare on offer. With several hundreds of restaurants in Nottingham, roast dinners are a fact of life in this historic and gastronomic city and you’re in for a treat when venturing to one of the many Nottingham restaurants serving up a classic Sunday roast. Delights like the Curious Manor, the Old Volunteer, Fothergills and Lakeside Tower among many others, serve up classic dishes that will melt in your mouth, complete with all the trimmings like mushy peas, potatoes, delicious roasted root vegetables and Yorkshire pudding smothered in gravy complete with extensive cask ales, beers and wines making for an idyllic afternoon or evening. Whatever your preference, when it comes to classic British cuisine, Nottingham restaurants have got you covered, that’s for sure.
It may be hard to believe but there are more restaurants in Nottingham per square mile than any other city in Europe, but it’s not only this fact that makes the Nottingham restaurant scene what is it. But rather, that restaurants all over the city focus on ensuring their produce is of a certain standard, raising the bar throughout Nottingham so diners always know they’re about to indulge in some truly special dishes no matter which Nottingham restaurant they visit. This is a unique and special attribute for this East Midlands city and one that the rest of the UK should pay close attention to, to keep that culinary scene booming.