The Old Angel has now been refurbished into a cozy and rather comfortable pub. It has a microbrewery.
Its located in the cities historic Lace Market. Their bar is usually stocked with a range of beers, ales, and ciders. Their menu includes vegan-friendly options as well as steaks and meat burgers. The chefs use organic vegetables and seasonal varieties to give the food a rusty and hearty feel to it. The Sunday Roast is their speciality.
The dairy has been making outstanding cheese for 103 years and the farming co-operative which was first established in 1913, is still in operation. It was a very special year in the history of Colston Bassett Dairy – the home of traditional Stilton cheese and Shropshire Blue cheese.
Tom Browns Brasserie has an Old Victorian School House ambience with an elegant and contemporary interior. It sits on the banks of River Trent which offers a scenic and gorgeous view during sunny days.
Over the past 30 years Tom Browns has built a reputation and prides itself on serving fantastic quality, fresh, modern, international cuisine and providing superb service.
This particular coffee shop has beautiful wood panelling on the walls and original stained glass windows behind the bar. The ground floor has been renovated to be an amazing space to pop in for a quick take away coffee or sit and meet friends and family.
Two of the best espresso kits in the world today have been installed at the 200 Degrees Coffee Shop. The Victoria Arduino 388 Black Eagle and the Simonelli Mythos Ones.
The popular family owned establishment is up to date with how an English country pub should be. It’s known for its home-cooked British food and real ales and excellent wine.
They’re always welcoming to families, couples and friends. The summers are the best time to visit as their huge beer garden and terraces are open to all visitors! The Sunday Lunch and Fish & Chips are the popular dishes.
Continuing their journey to bestow the most creative cocktails and darkly delicious dining on every corner of the country, The Alchemist is open in Nottingham.
After all, as the historic home of notorious outlaws and the world’s most perfect sheriff, it’s only natural that they'd fit right in. Even more fittingly, they've set up shop in the gothic grandeur of one of King Street’s most magnificent listed buildings.
Sat Bains from two-Michelin starred Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms was awarded the top accolade at The Craft Guild of Chefs Awards for 2015.
Restaurant Sat Bains with Rooms firmly marks Nottinghamshire on the gastronomic map having been voted as the UK's best restaurant in the Sunday Times (2015).