Cafes and Delis in Nottingham
European style cafes with tables that spill out onto the streets at the first glimpse of sun and a traditional English afternoon tea are never far away. It goes without saying that wherever there's a frothy cappuccino, there'll always be a fine selection of cakes too.
Homemade is a cosy, independent cafe in the heart of Nottingham and winner of the Observer Food Awards 'Best Cheap Eats' in 2010. It's a great place to stop off and try some fresh local produce. Recently voted UK Best Deli, Delilah is beautifully set on Victoria Street near Old Market Square. The team have a passion for the finest and freshest ingredients and the results are superb.
One of the few remaining Victorian Music Halls still operating in the UK, Malt Cross offers homemade food, its very own blend of coffee, loose leaf teas and more. Live bands perform every Tuesday and a range of real ales, lagers and wines too. Thea Caffea tea room is a family owned hidden gem benefiting from its private and secluded location which seems million miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
Tiffin Tea House provides all the comforts of the great British tradition of afternoon tea and more. Located in the quiet surroundings of West Bridgford the cafe is good for people visiting for cricket, football or the National Water Sports Centre.
200 Degrees Coffee Shop to rave reviews and hoards of wonderful customers. Housed in a beautiful 17th Century coaching Inn, it's a little corner of peace and quiet just off the hustle and bustle of Market Square.
Our vision is to provide the people of Nottingham an alternative to Mainstream Bars with an alcohol-free, family friendly environment for everyone.
We love coffee. We believe everyone should get to experience it at its best. By roasting our own coffee and investing in our baristas, we are working to bring you the perfect brew!
Hipster hangout serving coffee, beer, cocktails and meat-free food with art, live music and acts. We offer creative vegetarian and vegan food in a relaxed atmosphere and chilled beats, organic and fair trade coffee and teas, selection of organic beer, wine, food and friendly staff.
Nottingham’s oldest community café, Crocus is a not for profit café which is why our food is so affordable. It is also vegetarian and vegan with a focus on being fair trade and locally sourced! Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements or would like one of our dishes to be vegan or gluten free.
Small café/sandwich shop in the city centre. There are various vegan breads (sourdough, panini, ciabatta and bagels). Vegan sandwich fillings include brown lentil pate, spinach and cranberry or hummus and roasted vegetable with seeds.
Among burger fanatics, there are many purists for whom maximum beefiness is the ultimate goal. These people eat their burgers with minimal toppings and can tell you, in detail, the correct ratio of fat to lean meat and the precise blend of chuck, brisket, sirloin or short rib that will produce the finest all-beef burger.