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102 Restaurants in Nottinghamshire

The Land of Robin Hood

Nottinghamshire has a long history. First settled sometime around the 5th century, this English county lying along the Roman Fosse Way has seen its fare share of changes. Soon after the Norman conquest of England in 1066, Nottinghamshire became a centre for malting and the production of wool. Later, Nottinghamshire’s Sherwood Forest became associated with the legend of Robin Hood, whose claim to fame was stealing from the rich to give to the poor. Nowadays, the city of Nottingham is the county’s culinary capital, but there are also an array of restaurants in Nottinghamshire’s smaller villages that offer food from all over the globe.

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Côte West Bridgford

West Bridgford
French££££
5.4/6894
Côte West Bridgford

Hooters

City Centre
American££££
5.2/6654
Hooters

The Ruddington Arms

Ruddington
Drinks££££
5.4/6541
The Ruddington Arms
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Curious Manor

City Centre
British££££
4.8/6462
Curious Manor

Le Mistral - Nottingham

City Centre
French££££
5.3/6491
Le Mistral - Nottingham

The Railway

Town Centre
British££££
5.5/6384
The Railway

Petit Paris

Hockley
French££££
5.5/6297
Petit Paris

Fothergills

City Centre
British££££
5.2/6374
Fothergills

Memsaab Restaurant

The Park
Indian££££
5.7/6174
Memsaab Restaurant

Langar Hall

Langar
British££££
5.6/6217
Langar Hall

The Unicorn's Head

Langar
British££££
5.0/6157
The Unicorn's Head

Venezia Italian & Fish Restaurant

Radcliffe on Trent
Italian££££
5.5/6167
Venezia Italian & Fish Restaurant

The Old Volunteer

Caythorpe
British££££
5.4/6178
The Old Volunteer

The Bridge and Bayleaf

Gunthorpe
Indian££££
5.4/6142
The Bridge and Bayleaf

The Manor

Beeston
British££££
5.1/6164
The Manor

The Gedling Inn & Kitchen

Gedling
British££££
4.8/6124
The Gedling Inn & Kitchen

The Lobster Pot - Nottingham

City Centre
Thai££££
5.5/676
The Lobster Pot - Nottingham

Brown's Bar

Berry Hill
European££££
5.1/6101
Brown's Bar

Mewar Haveli Fine Dining Indian Restaurant

Radcliffe on Trent
Indian££££
5.7/687
Mewar Haveli Fine Dining Indian Restaurant

The Lobster Pot - Beeston

Beeston
Thai££££
5.1/654
The Lobster Pot - Beeston
  1. 1.

    Traditional Meets Global in Nottinghamshire’s Market Towns

    The county of Nottinghamshire is home to several market towns including Newark-on-Trent, Mansfield, Worksop, Arnold, Bingham, Hucknall, Retford and Kirby-in-Ashfield. Each town has something to offer, and you’ll find plenty of traditional English pubs alongside Indian, Chinese, Japanese restaurants and many more. Nottinghamshire restaurants have changed with the heightened globalisation of the past decades, meaning more choices for hungry foodies. No matter your dietary preference, there are restaurants in Nottinghamshire to suit your needs, even in the smallest of market towns.
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    Big City Eats in Nottingham

    When it comes to finding the best restaurants in Nottinghamshire, your best bet is to head to the biggest city in the county, Nottingham. Home to a significant population of Pakistani and Indian residents, Nottingham is lucky enough to have a variety of restaurants where you can get a piping hot curry any time of the day. These beloved eateries add some pizzazz to the fabric of the Nottinghamshire restaurant scene and have become as central to dining out as any local dining establishments. Nottingham is also home to an array of Mexican, Chinese and Japanese restaurants, and many more besides, including numerous options for vegans and vegetarians.
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    Nottinghamshire’s Own

    Of course, you’ll find your fair share of traditional English restaurants in Nottinghamshire too, where you can partake in a weekly Sunday roast, have an ale or two or indulge in some hearty traditional English cooking. You could go classic with some afternoon tea, head to a wine bar and sample regional cheeses and meats, or indulge in some of the new contemporary English restaurants in Nottinghamshire, where classic dishes are updated with fresh new cooking methods and international influences from around the world. Nottinghamshire restaurants have changed a lot in the last decades, so check out what’s new with a reservation!