Nottingham’s iconic hotel, the Lace Market Hotel, reopened its doors after extensive refurbishment in late 2015. Its aspirational restaurant Merchant’s and traditional British pub, the Cock & Hoop, are already proving popular so we caught up with Head Chef Ben Chaplin to find out about his foodie inspiration for the venues. You’re originally from Nottingham
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Just a few minutes from the A1 in north Nottinghamshire, you’ll find award-winning hotel Ye Olde Bell, which has recently also been awarded an AA Rosette in recognition of its fantastic dining offer. With a restaurant, bistro and bars onsite, complete with open fires which are ideal for this time of year, Ye Olde Bell
Following the news that one of Nottingham’s best loved restaurant’s, The Larder on Goosegate, launched a new Sunday lunch menu, we took a trip out to ask Head Chef, David Sneddon a few questions about the new dishes. How long have you been head chef at the Larder on Goose Gate? Just over two years.
Award-winning chef Edward Halls, pictured above, has had a long career in the catering industry, including owning a very successful gastropub, cooking in Michelin starred restaurants and being a private chef. In 2013, he also became the owner of The Clock House café and tea room in the beautiful setting of Upton Hall, near Southwell. We caught up