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Chino Latino - Nottingham

Address: 41 Maid Marian Way
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 01159477444
Site: www.chinolatino.co.uk
Cuisines: Asian/Oriental, The Americas, Fusion

Georgetown (Nottingham)

Georgetown Restaurants are Britain's first colonial Malaysian restaurants bringing the varied and exquisite cuisines of the Malaysian Malays, Mandarin Chinese and Tamil Indians under one roof. These diverse cuisines have influenced each other over the years in Malaysia and there should be something that appeals to everyone's tastes ~ all served in our regal house style with crystal cut glass and very fine bone china in a colonial ballroom setting.
Address: Colwick Park
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 01159500566
Site: www.georgetownrestaurants.co.uk
Cuisines: Asian/Oriental, French


Address: 108 Upper Parliament Street
Price range: £26 to £40
Phone: 0115.872.0600
Site: www.aleacasinos.com
Cuisines: Indian, Mediterranean

The Living Room - Nottingham

A selection of Home Comforts - bangers and mash, fish and chips – are designed for easy eating yet there are also more elaborate dishes like Seared peppered tuna with salsa rosso or Roasted lamb cutlets with minted pesto vegetables. Small plates - such as cured ham with grissini and olives – allow for casual snacking while sandwiches and salads enable one-course, easy and casual dining.
All-day opening is designed to facilitate easy access and reinforces a core ethos behind The Living Room; you, the customer, is the one empowered to make decisions and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to do that, enjoy it and be comfortable.
Address: 7 High Pavement
Price range: £25 and under
Phone: 08704422716
Site: www.thelivingroom.co.uk
Cuisines: European, Specific Menus

Georgetown - Nottingham
Set in beautiful Grade-II listed Colwick Hall just by the Nottingham racecourse, Georgetown offers superb choices among Malaysian, Chinese and Indian cuisine in a setting reminiscent of the colonial years of what is now Penang. Pillars, potted palms. rattan seating, painted ceiling depicting Venus and cherubs, tinkling grand piano- all these blend to create a stylish dining experience. The menu includes dishes like dim sum appetiser, main course of nasi goreng or lamb biryani, and dessert of fresh pineapple with dark rum, maple syrup and vanilla ice cream.
Address: Colwick Hall Hotel, Colwick Park, Racecourse Road
Price range: £25-£34/€35-€4
Cuisines: Asian/Oriental

The Living Room - Nottingham
Part of the popular Lace Market redevelopment. As classy as its siblings in the burgeoning national chain, this Living Room features a spotless polished dark wood interior, elegant leather sofas, subtle lighting and lots of light. Especially in the first floor restaurant where a glass atrium floods the white seating and large pot plants with natural daylight. An eclectic menu offers all sorts of tempting dishes. What they sell the most of are the duck spring rolls, and Thai salmon fishcake starters, followed by smoked salmon fillet with olive crushed potato for the main course. Downstairs in the buzzy bar, it can be fun watching the hip bar staff showing off their skills. Make the most of them and don’t leave without trying a champagne cocktail. When in Rome...
Address: 7 High Pavement, The Lace Market
Price range: £35 and under
Cuisines: Thai, European

Merchants Restaurant at the Lace Market Hotel
Nottingham’s uber-trendy Lace Market area may have its pick of bars and restaurants but for a real dining experience Merchants tops the list. Designed by renowned architect David Collins, the name behind many of Marco Pierre White’s ventures the interior is truly lush. Reflective ceilings, chainmail light fixtures and red leather seating give a boudoir-ish feel just the right side of decadent. The hearty, British fayre on offer is something of a surprise, but a pleasant one of course. Where you might have expected formulaic poseur French cuisine, Merchants’ chef serves up unpretentious but beautiful and somewhat experimental food on an A La Carte or Prix Fixe basis.
Address: 29 - 31 High Pavement
Price range: £45 - £54
Cuisines: Other

Langar Hall
Just a short hop from the non-stop of Nottingham, Langar Hall is a million miles from the city’s buzz. Set in a small country hotel, it combines an historic atmosphere with sophisticated décor and delicious fine dining. Popular with locals and visitors, Langar Hall’s intimate dining room has a classic sophistication, with white tablecloths and gleaming tableware, which makes every meal feel like a special occasion. The menu is equally simple and classic, reflecting the English country house style in the use of local ingredients, including a good line in meats and cheeses from nearby farms – the true taste of Nottinghamshire couldn’t be further from mushy peas and mint sauce.
Address: , Langar
Price range: £35-£44 / €50-
Cuisines: Other

The Larder on Goosegate
Game pie, jam rolly polly, lime cordial... A name like The Larder on Goosegate promises such very English treats. My, does it deliver. Food-miles are kept low and quality high thanks to a sincere effort to source locally as much of the contemporary British menu as possible. Bread comes from Dawson’s Bakery in Colwick, magnificent meat from Harkers Farm, and superb cheeses from Colston Bassett Dairy. Even some of the wine is local, supplied by a family-run merchants that’s been based in Nottingham over 150 years. Next to mainstay dishes such as 28-day-hung Sirloin steak with fat chips, and slow-cooked belly of pork with bacon and Savoy cabbage, are specials reflecting the best seasonal produce available. Traditional Sunday roasts with all the trimmings sell out fast. A joy of a restaurant.
Address: 1st Floor, 16 - 22 Goosegate, Hockley
Price range: Under £24
Cuisines: British

Hart's Restaurant
Hart’s restaurant in Nottingham ticks every golden box you’d want for the ideal restaurant and it all adds up to a prize-winning Number One. Pedigree is good: Hart’s is brought to you by the wonderful Hambleton Hall team. Location is right, just five minutes off Market Square. Décor? Great. Modern, comfortable, sophisticated in neutral tones with softly coloured arty details. Service? Consistently award-winning. Food? Now you’re really talking. The modern British menu is thoroughly seasonal with dishes like starter of sardine fillets wrapped in bacon with balsamic dressing, main course of free-range chicken breast with potato galette, girolles and tarragon sauce, and dessert of vanilla crème brulee with marinated strawberries. The ambience is right for business or romance or the simple enjoyment of a great meal out. Can’t leave? Hart’s lovely hotel is twenty metres away.
Address: Standard Court, Park Row
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: British

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