What kind of food are you in the mood for?
Taste the World
There is more to Nottingham than meets the eye! Want to try cuisine from all around the world? Or maybe some of our local delicacies?
What are you looking for?
- English Food
- European Food
- Caribbean Food
- Chinese Food
- Indian Food
- Japanese Food
- Vietnamese Food
- Pan Asian
- Sri Lankan Food
- Thai Food
- Korean Food
Modern British food, with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients, especially vegetables.
Annie's Burger Shack
30 types of burger, handmade with area-sourced beef, plus veggie/vegan options in a real ale pub.
Enjoy a touch of contemporary glamour at Anoki. Situated in the heart of Nottingham, Anoki serves up indulgent Indian cuisine in luxurious surroundings.
Baresca serves up the best of Spanish cuisine, and they have a bunch of vegetarian and vegan-friendly dishes on their menu, so you’re in luck.
This Georgian building has a mix of larger seating areas and cosy booths, with further seating outside for sunny days.
Enjoy some freshly prepared French food in Nottingham’s city centre!
Open all day from breakfast and brunch through to lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, they offer fresh seasonal dishes and classic British comforts.
Quality Indian fine dining in the city centre.
Subtly lit contemporary Pan-Asian restaurant with sleek black tables and a Latino-style bar.
Nottingham's one and only location for pure Sri Lankan street food! The restaurant offers two unique Sri Lankan food experiences with their warm hospitality. One will be a dining experience, exploring the traditional home-cooked dishes and street food and another, to simply enjoy their tropical island’s most popular street food dishes tapas style.
The Cosy Club's largest branch. Offering a flexible space for private events and large celebrations as well as welcoming guests for brunch, lunch, dinner, cocktails and more.
Coco Tang has a focus on fresh food & drink (dessert included!) and in keeping with relaxed Vietnamese style, it’s all counter service and casual dining throughout the day.
Fothergills offers a unique, international, bistro-style fixed price menu, using ingredients from local producers, together with ales from local micro-breweries and a great selection of wines.
Offering you French produce such as farmhouse unpasteurised cheese, organic wines from small growers, French grocery essentials, as well as some rare brocante finds.
Higoi is the UK’s longest running Japanese restaurant outside of London since 1989.
Iberico World Tapas
Iberico World Tapas has been taking the Nottingham restaurant scene by storm with Spanish inspired tapas of rustic simplicity, combined with refined ingredients of world cooking and Asian influence.
Chapel Quarter, Nottingham is home to a slice of the Latin life at Las Iguanas, where you can discover all the sizzling Latin American favourites and more.
Man’s Group menus provide the very best of Chinese & Cantonese food, including wonderful Dim Sum ideal for lunchtime, Spicy Szechuan, Fresh Seafood, their famous Hot Pot dishes and much more.
Known for producing a wide range of authentic Chinese dishes, using the best ingredients. Their speciality is the Dim Sum Menu, with around 60 dishes there is something for everyone to enjoy.
From Malaysian and Thai flavours to Chinese and Japanese cuisine, enjoy their delightful buffet or sample our noodle and sushi bar or our Teppanyaki grill.
MemSaab is a fine dining Indian restaurant in Nottingham with a delivery and takeaway service. Featuring traditional, perfectly spiced curries through to modern Indian cooking, the menu captures the essence of India whilst placing MemSaab firmly in the 21st century.
The simple dishes of a Mowgli menu are a million miles away from the curry stereotype. These dishes convey the truth that real Indian food is extremely healthy, often vegan and always packed with fresh flavour.
No. Twelve is a family-run plant-based restaurant located in a converted red brick mill in Nottingham’s iconic Eldon Chambers.
Nottingham Street Food Club
Their ethos is to bring you the very best in Independent Street Food every weekend from a rotating roster of local traders while also working with some of the best musicians and promoters in the city.
Pan Asia BBQ
Beautiful stone, bamboo and wood-furnished restaurant for that authentic experience.
Experience the culinary of East and South East Asia, the menu offers Japanese (includes sushi), Korean, Malaysian, Thai and Singapore dishes. Pan Asia is also Halal certified - all meat are sourced from local halal suppliers and no pork is served.
The French recipe for dining out is very simple: great food, great wine and great value.
They incorporate the best and freshest seasonal produce, Italian cheeses, meat and seafood, all delivering pure classic Italian flavours
Fresh Italian pizza situated in the heart of the city and convenient for a shopping trip refuel as well as before a big night out.
An extensive menu of Korean small plates, hot & cold dishes, & kimbap in an easygoing setting.
The Cuisine here is traditional Cantonese style.
Soulville Steakhouse restaurants recreate the spirit of the Motown era. With genuine Wurlitzer jukeboxes that are free to use, you can create the soundtrack of your night.
With over 200 delicious items on the menu from tuna, salmon, prawns, octopus, squid, scallops, yellowtail and eel to name but a few, plus tons of vegan and veggie options!
Serving an authentic taste of North Indian & Punjabi Cuisine. The Cumin has attained many awards from Best Newcomer to Best in The Midlands.
The Lace Market Fish Bar
Just around the corner of our Pilcher Gate building, there is a local fish and chips bar!
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 an ever-changing menu based around excellent seasonal produce.
The Lobster Pot
Lobster Pot is a family-run seafood restaurant in the heart of Nottingham. They serve up lobster, scallops, mussels and more - some with a Thai-twist!
The Pelican Club
The Pelican Club is an Italian restaurant and jazz bar situated in the heart of Nottingham’s historic Lace Market. They combine delicious Umbrian flavours with exquisite cocktails and live music.
Food and drink are the heart and soul of Caribbean culture, which is why their menu reflects the eclectic mix of the people you’ll find there. Turtle Bay are proud to serve the kind of food Islanders enjoy at home, on the beach or in the street cafes. Rustic, authentic and always exploding with flavour.
Since opening the doors in 2000, both the fine dining restaurant and lounge bar have built critical acclaim locally and nationally.
Yamas Meze & Tapas
Yamas is a Mediterranean restaurant specialising in a tapas-style service. They have a whole section on their menu for vegetarian dishes, and most of them are vegan, too.
Fresh, flavoursome and authentic Japanese food. Sushi is their specialty but they also serve mouth-watering range of hot street food available. All packed with rich, aromatic flavours and all-natural ingredients.
Zaap Thai Street food brings a fabulously authentic Thai street food market experience to the streets of Nottingham. With its amazing decor, neon lights, Thai artwork, and site dressing, it’s the closest experience of Bangkok you’ll ever have, without going to Thailand.
Tasty Italian dishes from pizza, pasta and risotto to salads and indulgent desserts but always with a twist – like a classic Carbonara with a chorizo crumb or a traditional garlic bread with mozzarella & ‘Nduja sausage.