Restaurants In Nottingham
Nottingham city centre is the social hub of Nottinghamshire with the nightspots alone attracting 50,000 people each weekend. However, the thriving nightlife is not the only reason Nottingham is such a popular destination. Playing host to the Royal Centre theatre, the Ice Arena, several shopping arcades and Robin Hood, Nottingham has a lot to offer including upwards of 300 restaurants. Nottingham city centre has earned national recognition for its superb selection of restaurants that offer a wide range of cuisines and dining experiences. With a wealth of Michelin listed and AA rosette awarded venues right through to hearty pub grub, in the city centre you can be sure to find something to suit everyone’s taste and pocket.
With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to decide where to go, but Go dine are here to help. With index of restaurants in Nottingham city centre, you can find, book and save on your favourite restaurants, or even discover a new one. You can browse menus and photos and read real diner reviews about their experiences at each venue. Once you have discovered a restaurant you like, just book online for free.
La Rock Restaurant shows a serious blend of innate rusticity and finely-edged flair. With emphasis on diners spending time under the striking antler chandeliers for more than just a meal, but for an evening, La Rock exudes the senses of unwinding, celebration and occasion.
Since opening in 2006, The Larder has earned a reputation as one of Nottingham's best independent restaurants. Their cooking style is best described as British and European, with a daily changing menu based around excellent seasonal produce. They are housed in the beautiful Grade 2 listed building that once was home to Jesse Boot's first apothecary and many original architectural features remain.
A stunning steakhouse from one of Britain’s most critically acclaimed celebrity chefs, Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar and Grill at Alea Nottingham invites diners to tuck into tantalising steaks, delicious British dishes, sumptuous Sunday roasts & divine Afternoon Teas.
Browns Bar and Brasserie is a spacious and atmospheric building in the heart of the cultural castle district, near the Georgian splendour of Regent Street. We’re close to the theatres and some incredible shops.
Set over two floors, the first floor offers more privacy from the road and is the ideal venue for private and corporate functions. The first floor also offers a full sound system, which you or a DJ can plug into.
Start with authentic Cuban coffee, share some freshly prepared tapas, sip from our list of finest rums, then salsa the night away to some live music. Experience the spirit of Cuba.
A boundary-pushing restaurant-with-rooms housed in a collection of converted barns near the Nottingham ruing road, with a flyover for company. Mind you, the eponymous Sat Bains is very much his own man, and his relentlessly inspired two-Michelin-starred cooking represents “experimental fine dining at its best”, according to one fan.
Nestled on Thurland Street you'll find Yamas, a Mediterranean oasis in the centre of Nottingham! Yamas, means cheers in Greek and we offer a delicious Mediterranean Tapas and Meze dining in rich, warm, cosy surroundings.
Emilios is a classic family restaurant cooking up fine Greek and Cypriot cuisine using the finest ingredients personally sourced by Emilios and his team. Our head chef offers a delicious variety of classic Mediterranean dishes, with his own modern twist in a classic Greek menu.
Iberico World Tapas brings together the rustic simplicity of Spanish tapas together with the refined ingredients of world cooking. The concept is based around sharing perfectly executed tapas complemented by a hand picked wine list and a comprehensive range of sherries.