Located in the Cornerhouse complex, Slug and Lettuce touts a range of menus suitable for vegans and meat lovers alike. Think afternoon tea and bottomless brunching, as well as southern fried chicken, Moving Mountains burgers and tostadas.
Restaurants in Nottingham
In need of a little foodie inspiration? Whether you're out for a romantic date or carb-loading for a big night out, this city's dining options have never looked better. From laid-back Indian fare to fully-loaded vegan burgers and mouthwatering steak spots, here's our pick of the best restaurants in Nottingham.
Not only does Brewhouse boast over 50 craft beers and an extensive collection of spirits, but they've also got the foodie goods to mop it all up. The menu includes £5 lunches, Sunday roasts and weekend brunching alongside small plates and pub grub-style mains.
Looking for a casual restaurant in Nottingham? Try a pub instead. Willowbrook may be a Gedling-based boozer, but its kitchen knocks up a decent amount of pub food that's just as enticing as the draught beer and cask ales.
Specialising in grilled and roasted meats with native breed beef, Marco Pierre White's eponymous steakhouse is a top choice for eating out in Nottingham. There's even a dedicated vegan and vegetarian menu for those after something a little different.
Not just a bar, MOJO serves up a lip-smacking spread of American-style favourites; from hand-made burgers and signature wings to vegan nachos and chicken waffles. Wash it all down with a classic cocktail like the Negroni or Tommy's Margarita.
Situated in Nottingham's Lace Market, Belgo is the bar and restaurant serving everything from rotisserie chicken to moules and frites. Whether it's a casual date night or catch up with mates over some tasty fare, this Weekday Cross favourite has you covered.
A Trinity Square favourite, tamatanga is the go-to for Indian food in Nottingham. Tuck into flavoursome wraps, biryani bowls, chaats, thalis and curries. Just make sure you leave room for the mango and coconut brûlée cheesecake.
Nestled in prime position near the waterfront, this rustic spot occupies the lower floors of the former Canal museum. Expect industrial interiors complete with resident narrowboats and a menu of international dishes alongside a vast range of beers.