Wok and Go – A Carton of Tasty Noodles near the tram

WOK&GO noodle bar on Pelham Street in Nottingham is one of those joints where you can get your quick fix of noodles. It is all quite no frills inside, If you choose to eat in; stark benches and communal tables await you. I think that they really do want you to ‘Wok and Go!’ A board of…

The Burger Special at Junkyard

I popped into Junkyard on Sunday Evening on my way back home for a quick beer and found myself feeling peckish so I ordered a Burger from the Junkyard Specials menu. It was a pretty decent burger, actually I would go as far as to say one of the tastiest I have eaten recently. You could tell that it…

The Hungry Pumpkin, a deli and café in the Lace Market for lunch

Today I rode up on the Clifton South Tram line from the Embankment stop to pick up some lunch at the Hungry Pumpkin deli café in the Lace Market. This delightful café is located just next to St Mary’s on High Pavement. From the Lace Market Tram stop just head towards the Cathedral past the…

Baresca in Nottingham for Brunch anyone?

Baresca on Byard Lane near the Lace Market Tram stop in Nottingham is a pretty cool place to hang out for a drink, a coffee, some tapas, and as it happens a leisurely Brunch. Their website boldy says “When was the last time you had a great breakfast? Visit us and we’ll serve you a breakfast…

Pitcher and Piano in Nottingham – a Lace Market Pub nee Church

The Pitcher and Piano in Nottingham is inside the old Unitarian church which has been deconsecrated for the purpose of drinking (well that seems to be the main reason). Inside the Pitcher and Piano it is just like being in a church that sells beer. The interior appears to have been changed very little, it…