Gourmet Kitchen at Nottingham Station Tram Hub

A couple of months back the central Hub for the Tram moved into Nottingham Station, and now that two new tram lines to Clifton South and Toton have opened, it is a good place to jump off the tram and switch lines. If like me you find yourself needing to get a quick snack in…

Quality Doorstop sandwiches at Attenborough Nature Reserve

Attenborough Nature Reserve is located about 6 miles south of the City in the old gravel pits near to Attenborough. It has been evolving since around 1966 when part of the working pits were converted to a reserve that was opened by Sir David Attenborough. In 2005 the visitor centre was opened up and in that centre…

Ye olde trip to jerusalem sandwiches

The Trip or the ‘ye olde trip to jerusalem’ is one of the classic ‘go to’ pubs in Nottingham for your visitor in search of some historical pub action. It certainly has all the attractions for the tourist with cavernous rooms, the cursed galleon and the chair that if you sit on it you supposedly become pregnant. As…

The Orange Tree in Nottingham – Friday night sandwiches

The Orange Tree on Shakespeare street in Nottingham City Centre is part of the Orange Tree Group and one of seven pubs in the region, the others being located in Loughborough and Leicester. This pub is a regular watering hole on the Friday night myfoodhunt pub crawl around Nottingham and can be relied on provide a decent pint of Harvest…

Mrs Bunn’s Cob Emporium

Mrs Bunn’s Cob Emporium is on Musters Road in West Bridgford and has one of the most promising names that I have found for some time on my hunt for a decent sandwich in and around the county. When I read the name I was instantly thinking off Mrs Miggin’s Pie Shop from Blackadder for…