Colombo Street: Sri Lankan Food in Nottingham

Colombo Street, a new Sri Lankan restaurant opened recently at Fletcher gate in the building formerly occupied by Rub Smokehouse. If the name seems familiar that could be that you had spotted them at various street food events around town over the last couple of years in their brightly coloured food truck. They were at…

Pub lunch at Fellows, Morton & Clayton

I have written a lot of blog posts about eating at the Fellows, Morton & Clayton pub over the years. In that time it has change hands a fair bit and was closed for a while, so each time I do come it has been different. We were out on a beer bimble this particular…

Pho at Viet 80’s

Viet 80’s on Friar Lane in Nottingham is the latest Vietnamese restuarant to open in Nottingham. People have said that it is very authentic and that the menu and the food matches that expectation. Indeed with a dish of Pigs Tripes and Black Pudding being a special it certainly isn’t catering for the vanilla diner….

Slice N Brew – Fabulous Pizza

slice ‘n’ brew were in Hockley this week with a pop-up restaurant at Hockley kitchen on Broad Street. I have been following them for a while on instagram and had greatly admired the photos of their pizza that had been shared. So when I saw them drop a story that there was a pop-up event…

Sando Loco at Nottingham Street Food Club

Sando Loco based out of East Leake are one of the latest street food vendors to emerge onto the Nottingham street food scene over the past year. Describing themselves as purveyors of “International Street Food Sandwiches” they have been delivering and cooking up a whole load of deliciousness between two bits of bread, burger buns,…

Pizza at Das Kino

Das Kino in Nottingham lies alongside the tram line near to the Lace Market Tram stop on Fletcher Gate. It is probably best known as a place where you can play table tennis and get a drink, in fact the tagline on their website sums it up nicely when it says ‘Das Kino – Pizza,…

Fish Bites from Moulin Rouge

Today we were having a very simple meal from the Moulin Rouge in town, everything was shutdown and there were not too many options. No dining in, so chippy action seemed to be the best of what we could find. I have been to eat inside the Moulin Rouge in the past (read more here)…