Restaurants In Nottingham
you’re looking for a restaurant where you can enjoy a no expenses
spared meal, a funky café for a light lunch or something a
little different, Nottingham’s got it all.
If you’re dining on a budget like
the world’s most famous outlaw Robin Hood, then why not try
Benton's Bar Brasserie [map],
which has plenty of special offers so you don’t have to spend
a fortune. Alternatively there’s China One [map],
which has a good selection of delicious Chinese and Japanese foods
at low prices.
Shoppers or sightseers wanting to rest their aching feet should take
a trip to one of the many sandwich bars
dotted around the city centre, including The Cosy Teapot Café
O’Brien’s Irish Sandwich Bar [map]
is also a firm favourite for people out on lunch as it offers a good
selection of hearty sandwiches. This sandwich bar also provides a
welcome hangover cure in the form of its breakfast menu, as does Shaw’s
Café Bar [map],
although it offers a more continental-style breakfast.
To give your taste buds a new experience, why not try one of many
restaurants offering some tasty international cuisines...
Situated on Mansfield Road the Japanese restaurant, Ginza Teppanyaki
has authentic teppanyaki cuisine that is cooked right in front of
your eyes, while the Pan-Asian serving Chino Latino [map]
on Maid Marian Way has been named as one of the 50 best restaurants
Nottingham is also home to the popular Antalya [map]
Turkish restaurant, which located next to modern Cornerhouse complex,
while for a party atmosphere there’s Eviva Taverna [map],
a plate-smashingly wonderful Greek affair.
Add to all this a Hard Rock Café [map],
which can be found on King Street, and a number of fine
dining haunts, such as Fashion [map]
and Ben Bowers Restaurant and Wine Bar [map],
and you’ve got yourself a choice of eateries that even Little
John would be proud of!
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