Bar · british · Chain · Dinner · Drinks · set menu

Slug and Lettuce, Cornerhouse

Just to prove we are not complete restaurant snobs (and thanks to a 50% off food promotion on Mondays) we recently cast our hipster beards aside and went for food at the Slug and Lettuce near the Cornerhouse. I’ve never eaten there before, but Emily has and recommended we go for the small plates menu where you… Continue reading Slug and Lettuce, Cornerhouse

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casual · Dinner · Italian · lunch

Sexy Mamma Love Spaghetti, Nottingham City Centre

**UPDATE** we’ve eaten at Sexy mammas probably 3744 times more than we should have in 2017 as it’s become one of our absolute faves. Therefore, we’ve updated this review with pictures of other dishes we’ve enjoyed and some food tips so you can get a better idea of the menu without reading lots of separate… Continue reading Sexy Mamma Love Spaghetti, Nottingham City Centre

Dinner

Delilah, Nottingham City Centre (cheeseboard)

Just like those bad days in life that can be made better by a good cup of tea, there are those that simply need cheese. For this, some genius invented the cheese platter – is there much else that brings so much joy? The cheeseboard is not just for Christmas, so we’d like to introduce you… Continue reading Delilah, Nottingham City Centre (cheeseboard)

lunch · Special occasion · Sunday roast

Tom Brown’s Brasserie, Gunthorpe

Recently, we’ve taken a break from our quest to find Nottingham’s finest Sunday roast as we’ve become convinced that nothing can beat our own homemade efforts (and we need to save some pennies!) As a result, we have enjoyed making and eating them at home, discovering Emily’s extraordinary ability to accidentally incinerate all meats other than… Continue reading Tom Brown’s Brasserie, Gunthorpe