With more than 20 new openings in the last 12 months alone, Nottingham’s food scene is booming, and in particular we’re very lucky to have many fantastic independent bars, cafes and restaurants, which bring a range of flavours and styles to the city. In June 2015, Nottingham welcomed baresca on Byard Lane in the heart of
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Fancy doing some time travel while in Nottinghamshire? Step back into the 1940s at the vintage themed tea room, Time for Tea, in Beeston, Nottingham. Housed in a cosy Victorian terrace, Time for Tea sets the scene of times gone by with 1940s music, staff in 1940s dress, and English tea room classics such as
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.
On a bright September day, 18 lovely ladies piled into the Pudding Pantry to give into temptation, indulge and celebrate the forthcoming and hotly anticipated arrival of our friend’s baby boy. An afternoon tea of epic proportions was promised and it most certainly did not disappoint! The team at the pantry dressed our table with
Not afraid of a rainy Monday afternoon we decided to have lunch at the new Oaks Restaurant located in Nottingham’s city centre. Oaks serves locally-produced sausages and meats cooked over wood embers. The restaurant also offers locally brewed craft ales on tap, as well as carafes of wine and a pared down cocktail list. Here is