Scoffing Pub Burgers at Langtrys in Nottingham

Langtrys in Nottingham by the corner house is a great pub to meet up at before a trip to the theatre, before going to the flicks at the nearby cinema, or just for  pint with mates. We often start the night here as it is a nice pub with some decent real ale and you…

Fish and Chips at the Brewhouse and Kitchen on Trent Bridge

The Brewhouse & Kitchen at Trent Bridge is the latest encumbent of the pub building that has housed The Town Arms, The Aviary, and Casa during my Nottingham Lifetime. I popped along the Victoria embankment from my nearby apartment with the sole intention (pardon the pun) of checking them out as a possible option for…

Sunday Lunch at Fellows, Morton and Clayton

The Fellows Morton and Clayton pub on Canal Street has recently re-opened after a short closure. This is great news as it has been such a stalwart of both the Canalside and Nottinghamshire real ale pub scene for many years. I think a few of us feared the worst when the shutters went up on…

Breakfast at The Bank Pub in the Market Square

The Bank Pub on the Market Square in Nottingham is located in the building that formerly hosted the Barclays Bank, an establishment that for many years I trusted to look after my hard earned piles of cash. These days however I have transferred my late night Friday trust to the pub known as the Bank…

The Purist Burger at Bunkers Hill in the Lace Market

Bunkers Hill in Nottingham is one of those city centre pubs that is just far enough away from the main drag to feel like a local. Not too many of the gobshites bother to walk down the hill through Hockley to drink in this place, so you end up with a pretty relaxed but also…

A Fish and Chips Friday at the Apple Tree

The Apple Tree on Compton Acres in West Bridgford is one of the pubs in the Ember Inns family. I drive past a lot on my way out of town when I avoiding the A453 and taking the back roads through Ruddington. Loads of my mates tell me that it is good value and that…