Famous for the tale of Robin Hood, restaurants in Nottingham are aplenty. If you’re here during the day, you might prefer a walk in the woods to a bow and arrow battle, but we aren’t here to judge. Whatever you get up to while you’re here, Nottingham restaurants are a must. There’s a very generous range of old-fashioned pubs alongside smart global bistros.
Sitar Indian Cuisine is a top-rated eatery, serving all the traditional favourites from the subcontinent. Sitar also has a range of creative signature dishes exclusive to the restaurant, as well as great value set menus.
If you’re seeking gastro pub excellence, it has to be The Lord Nelson Pub and Kitchen, which is nestled in picturesque Burton Jocye, just outside Nottingham. The Lord Nelson combines a rustic traditional feel with relaxed modern décor. Menus are extensive and hearty: there’s a pizza menu, alongside a great selection of traditional pub favourites. Look out for comforting retro foods like chips in dripping & gravy, and half pint o' prawn cocktail, Marie Rose sauce, brown bread & butter.