The Wilford Green is a village gastropub specialising in classic British meals crafted from local ingredients. The menu features leg of lamb, fish and chips and a regional cheeseboard while a traditional roast is served on Sundays. Fare is complemented by real ales, international wines, an innovative array of cocktails and barista coffee.
The classically styled interior sports candlelit tables and patterned feature walls while the patio offers outdoor seating. The programme of regular events includes live music, quizzes and seasonally themed parties.
At a central Nottingham location, Singh’s Restaurant serves up authentic Indian dishes with a modern Punjabi twist. The menu features classic curries including masala and jalfrezi, alongside shahi treasures such as marinated chicken fillet cooked with seven spices. The contemporary dining space boasts ambient lighting, sleek leather chairs and a bar, and an open kitchen gives diners a view of the chefs at work. Singh’s Restaurant came second in the Nottingham Post Indian Restaurant of the Year 2014 awards.
Serving a menu of traditional British and French influences, Marc & Daina's Restaurant welcomes guests with a classical and elegant, yet homely restaurant interior. The kitchen uses locally sourced produce, seeking out the best seasonal ingredients, and the wait-staff are dedicated to being personable and flexible to their customers' needs. In addition to the a la carte, Valentine's and Christmas party menus, the eatery offers Sunday lunch and a 'Mothering Sunday' menu which is tailored to kids.
Designed by award-winning interior design firm Amanda Rosa, Dakota Nottingham’s Michelin-recommended restaurant places an emphasis on luxury. The hotel is located close to the city, and the bedrooms are designed to be slick and modern without sacrificing comfort. The dining is intended to match, with the Dakota Grill using local suppliers to create simple but expertly crafted meals, all within an atmosphere carefully designed to exude tranquillity.
Peachy Keens offers cuisine from around the world, with the likes of pizza, pasta, noodles, tandoori and grilled dishes cooked live in front of visitors. Besides the buffet, the venue can cater for functions with a private area available to seat up to 100 people. Located in the city centre, the Nottingham branch is situated near the Royal Centre tram stop, while sister venues can be found in Manchester and Birmingham.
Where steaks and Champagne are the name of the game, Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill are big players. The celebrity chef's Nottingham venture is located in the city centre within the Alea Casino, and boasts all the usual hallmarks of his eateries. Impressive surrounds and fine British dishes are in steady supply, and a dash of European influence provides the extra culinary flair.