Posted on March 16, 2020
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If you are looking for some tasty stuff for pampering your taste buds, Nottingham will spoil you with the choice. Thanks to the myriad of restaurants spread all over Nottingham. The city has a robust street-food culture as well as a plethora of starred restaurants. The food scene here is diverse, with many budget-friendly yet hygienic and tasty. Nottingham will always amaze you with varied food from all around the globe.

Here is the list of 5 best restaurants to eat in Nottingham

Perkins Restaurant

Opened in 1982, Perkins Restaurant specializes in contemporary food. Perkin’s has its own smokehouse where they smoke food like sea-food, cheese and mushrooms. Head chef Sarah Newman designs unique dishes like a roast of wood pigeon served with red cabbage, pear walnut salad, and the seared fillet made with sea bass, including parmesan-crusted polenta chicory. It has also been twice-named Good Food Guide’s East Midlands Restaurant of the Year. You can enjoy Saturday breakfasts, Sunday lunch and afternoon tea, which are quite popular in and around Nottingham.

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Location: Station Road, Plumtree, Nottingham, England, NG12 5NA, United Kingdom Must-Try: Caramelised Chicory

Tarn Thai

First opened its doors in 2006, Tarn Thai Known for its exquisite Thai dishes. Today it enjoys a dedicated following, which keeps re-visiting for more of its salty, sweet, spicy, and sour Thai fare. Inside the restaurant, the ambiance is as authentic as its menu, with its own waterfall and leafy plants with golden Buddha statues dotted throughout the interior. Guests can choose from lip-smacking, traditional dishes as the tord man pla starter (deep-fried cake fish with cucumber, peanuts, sweet chili, and shallot relish) and the ped pud khing main (stir-fried, roasted duck with ginger, mushrooms, and pepper).

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Location: 9 George Street, Nottingham, England, NG1 3BH, United Kingdom Must-Try: Ped Pud Khing Main

The Rum House.

If you are in search of a short and casual dining experience that’s a tad and not heavy on your pocket, you should pay a visit to the Rum House. Serving a menu of Caribbean fusion tapas and an extensive list of creative rum-based classic and craft cocktails, the restaurant is located on the streets of Nottingham’s vibrant Hockley area. It also has an option of dining on a selection of small meals like its crispy crusted lamb chops, popcorn shrimp served with chipotle sauce. Oxtail and butterbean pot teamed with some soothing cocktail, like the classic old-fashioned flavored iced tea, orange peel, or one of The Rum House’s very own unique creations.

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Must-Try: Lamb Chop

Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie

Homed in Nottingham’s West Arcade, Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie is a handsome, elegant, and serving delicious, authentic French sweet crepes and savory galettes. Opened in 2009, it has become a favorite among local diners. The restaurant has a gorgeous interior with white, Victorian-era walls, wooden tables, and design details, which gives the feeling of dining in a Parisian side-street bistro. You can enjoy a hearty galette, the smoked salmon with ginger mascarpone cheese, fabulous chives, rocket, oil and lemon, sweet chocolate and banana crepe accompanied by a glass of Aubrey’s French cider or wine.

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Locality: Aubrey’s Traditional Creperie, 14 – 16 West End Arcade, Long Row, Nottingham, UK. Must-Try: Crepes

The Cross Keys

If an authentic British pub accompanied by real craft beer blows your mind, then definitely head down to the place called Cross Keys. It Conveniently dwells in the heart of the city; The Cross Keys is perfect for refueling after a day spent visiting local attractions like the nearby Nottingham Contemporary and, though boasting a fresh, modern recent renovation, the pub is steeped in history and dates back to the 1700s. Traditional breakfast dishes are served until midday and omelets all day, while The Cross Keys’ lunch and evening menus offer hearty, tasty fares like mini homemade cottage pie or beer-batter fish and chips with mushy peas, tartar sauce, and rustic fries.

Location: 15 Byard Lane, Nottingham, England, NG1 2GJ, United Kingdom Must-Try: Beer-batter Fish and chips

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