The Herbivore Bakery: Phish, Chips, and Mushy Peas

The Herbivore Bakery offer as their sign says “100% plant based food” and according to their website they are a “100% Vegan Bakery in Nottingham selling and producing sweet and savoury bakes, ranging from cakes to pastries & savoury snacks” They were one of the many traders you will find down at the Sneinton Vegan…

Yarn Bar – Pizza, Beer, and Sunday Lunch

Yarn Bar is located inside the Theatre Royal and is one of the many and ever growing establishments being run by Castle Rock Brewery. Food wise they have a small menu featuring mostly pizza and a few small plates. In the midweek at lunch you can get a pint and a sandwich for £7.95 and…

Nottingham’s Greasy Spoon

Nottingham’s Greasy Spoon on Trinity Walk is as you might expect the sort of place that you might want to hunt down when in need of a breakfast. Not many places like to be called ‘Greasy Spoon‘ so I though that it was an interesting name to give yourself and to be honest I was…

Curry Night at The Embankment

On Friday night we found ourselves at the Embankment Pub down by the river having a few pints after work. It got to the point when we really needed some food before the consumption of beer got out of hand. “lets go for a curry” someone said, followed by “but the beer here is so…

Dash Garden Cafe: Vegan Sunday Lunch

Dash Garden Cafe is the latest venture to set up in the Think building at Cobden Chambers. I heard that this place was going to be all Vegan and that they were going to be sourcing as much produce as possible locally. Now I am not Vegan but I am always keen to try out…

Dosa and Chutney

Dosa and Chutney has recently opened up on Wheeler Gate in the space that was formerly occupied by Time Out. This place is serving up South Indian and Sri Lankan Cuisine, with the speciality of the house being the Dosa, a rice and lentil pancake from Southern India. It actually opened in December so it…

Secret Burger Club: Animal Style

This is the Animal Style Burger The special at Secret Burger Club this week was the “Animal Style” which was described as being “Double mustard grilled Patties, American cheese, grilled onion, Secret Sauce, Lettuce, Pickle, Tomato” for £9 I had not had this one before so as per usual I figured that I just ‘had’…