Things to do this weekend - Ten restaurants in Nottingham
Nottingham city centre has more places to eat and drink per square mile than almost all the other cities in Europe.
So whether you are looking for a light lunch, a cracking curry or a Michelin-starred main course, here are 10 of the best places to eat in Nottingham.
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Style: Modern British
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 12.15pm (bookings only) and 7pm-9pm
The city's only Michelin-starred establishment, Restaurant Sat Bains with rooms has played a major part in putting Nottingham on the gastronomic map.Innovative, unexpected and truly excellent the restaurant offers a dining experience unlike any other. Offering a range of dining options including seven or ten course taster menus,you can even have Sat Bains make up a unique personalised feast by choosing from a list of ingredients.
Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 5.30pm-10.30pm, Saturday 5.30pm-11pm and Sunday 5.50pm-10pm.
Four-time winner of the 'Best Indian' category at the Nottingham Restaurant Awards, Mem Saab has also been hailed in the Observer's Great Food Guide and the Sunday Telegraph.A contemporary interior, combining modern Indian art and traditional craftsmanship is backed up by a fine-dining experience that remains authentic accessible and affordable.
Opening hours: Monday and Tuesday 9am-4.30pm, Wednesday-Friday 9am-7.30pm, Saturday, 9am-5.30pm and Sunday 9am-3.30pm
A Runner-up in the 'Best Cheap Eats' at the Observer Food Awards, Homemade is a cosy child-friendly cafe where, as the name suggests, everything is made from scratch.From breakfasts to burgers, salads to sandwiches and an evening bistro-style menu the cafe is committed to freshly prepared food using the best local produce. Renowned for its cakes, those with a sweet tooth don't miss the chance to try the famous Homemade Chocolate Brownie.
Iberico World Tapas Opening hours: Monday-Friday 12-2pm and 6pm-10pm. Saturday 12pm-2pm and 6pm to 10.30pm.
With an eclectic mix of Spanish tapas favourite and light bites from around the world Iberico has become a firm favourite with diners in Nottingham.Created by the team behind the city's award-winning World Service restaurant, Iberico has picked up plenty of gongs and plaudits itself the 'Best Lunch' and 'Best Newcomer' at the 2008 Nottingham Restaurant Awards.Offering a relaxed style of dining the restaurant is located beneath the grade II listed county gaol that now houses the galleries of Justice Museum.
Opening hours: Lunch 12-2pm and dinner 7pm-9pm daily.
Style: Modern British
One of Nottingham's most popular restaurants, Hart's has established a reputation for first-rate modern British cooking using the finest seasonal produce.Refurbished in 2006 the restaurant boasts a stylish and comfortable interior and is also renowned for its award-winning wine list.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 12pm-10.30pm
Chino Latino offers the unusual yet exciting combination of a pan-Asian restaurant and a Latin cocktail bar.The delicate flavours of Japan, China and South East Asia are complemented by a cocktail menu created by a team of expert mixologists.
Style: Modern British
Serving up a dining experience with a dash of understated elegance, Browns is the perfect pause from the bustle of Nottingham's cultural castle district.Browns opened their doors for the first time in February 2012, serving beautiful food and stylish cocktails in the spacious restaurant and atmospheric bar area.
Style Modern British
Arguably Nottingham's premier restaurant, World Service is uniquely housed within the elegant surroundings of the listed 17th century Newdigate House.Led by head chef Gareth Ward the restaurant serves up inventive, modern British dished using the best fresh, local and seasonal produce. A numerous winner of 'Restaurant Of The Year' at the Nottingham Restaurant Awards.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 12pm-2.15pm and 5.30pm-10.15pm.
Bringing a little taste of France to the East Midlands, Petit Paris offers an attractive an informal dining experience.The food is created by a team of chefs from across the Channel and includes a vegetarian menu and an array of delicious desserts.
Opening times: Monday – Sunday 5.00pm – 11.30pm and Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 12.00pm – 2.30pm.
The Cumin is an incredible and big-hearted restaurant offering the most authentic North Indian cuisine in the city of Nottingham.It has made its mark on Nottingham in a short space of time because of the quality and bountifulness of the food and the Anand family's big-hearted approach to hospitality which sees the restaurant participate in community and city life.