Lanzhou Beef Noodles on Market Street

Lanzhou beef noodles has just opened up on Market Street in Nottingham selling hand pulled noodles. It is in the space formerly occupied by Devine Cakes (who moved just down the road) and has apparently only been open a week. I was riding by on the Tram when I spotted them and had to jump of…

Korean Style Fried Chicken at The Gallus

The Gallus on Alfreton Road does not look much from the outside, but do not let appearances fool you, this is a very special place. I had heard the word on the street that there was a small unassuming take-out up near Canning Circus selling some of the best Korean Fried Chicken in town and…

Indian Street Food at Kar-O-Bar

Kar-O-Bar on Goosegate in Hockley, is born again like a phoenix from the ashes at the site of many other themed efforts at this location. This spot seems to reinvent itself every couple of years, and I often think it is like the scene in the Time Machine where the man watches the changing fashions…

Lilys Umami – Savoury Chinese Pancakes

Lily’s Umami on Goose Gate in Hockley in the space formerly occupied by Chicken Licious and Flavour Bites has recently opened. On their Facebook page they describe themselves as “A modern take on a Chinese takeaway, serving wraps, Bento lunchboxes, bubble teas and pure teas” I had seen the sign on the front for a…

The Pho at Studio23 Cafe and Kitchen

Studio23 Café and Kitchen on Heathcote Street in Nottingham is the latest venture and location by Timeout who were previously located up on Wheeler Gate. They have taken up residence in Hockley in the space that was formerly occupied by the tapas restaurant Tapestry. It was a welcome sight to find the Timeout guys here…

The Eel Bento Box at Manga Sushi

Manga Sushi Japanese Restaurant on King Street in Nottingham seems to style itself between Sushi and Noodles.  As you might expect the menu had a lot of sushi options on it, and perhaps really  that was what I should have been ordering. To be honest I popped in here because I fancied some noodles or…

Bulgogi Rice Bowl at TimeOut Cafe

The Sign on the Board outside the TimeOut Café on Wheeler Gate suggested that “It’s Rice Bowl o’clock” and you know what just for once I agreed and let the advertising win 🙂 Well to be honest about half of these posts start with some sort of chalkboard or sign leading me into somewhere to…

Kayal Business Lunch – The Thali

  Kayal is one of the restaurant stalwarts on Broad Street in Nottingham. They serve up Southern Indian style food and are a pretty well thought of when you talk about where to go for an Indian meal in the Nottingham Curry scene. They are also one of the spots that we seem to have…