American · bbq · casual · city centre · Cocktails · Dinner

Smiffy’s Smoke Shack at The Last Chance Saloon, Nottingham City Centre

*EDIT* Smiffy and his delicious bbq grub are no longer based at Last Chance Saloon, they now run the kitchen at The Southbank pub on Trent Bridge. We’ve not been so can’t attest to the same quality, but comments on the dishes still stand! ——————————————————- This is another one of those ‘should we/shouldn’t we’ blog… Continue reading Smiffy’s Smoke Shack at The Last Chance Saloon, Nottingham City Centre

A la carte · American · bbq · british · casual · Chain · city centre · Dinner · lunch

Son of Steak, Nottingham City Centre

We first visited Son of Steak in their opening week after seeing a load of social buzz that piqued our curiosity. Son of Steak is a Mitchell & Butler restaurant, who also own the Harvester that it replaced in Trinity Square. Our foodie-snobbiness usually restricts us from liking most chain eateries (pass the artisan sourdough, daahhling)… Continue reading Son of Steak, Nottingham City Centre

American · Beer · british · burger · casual · Dinner · Event

Griddle & Shake, Nottingham City Centre

We’ve never been massive burger fans. With many fast food offerings, a burger was simply a snack we’d eat on the go or pick up after a night out. However, Nottingham seems to have undergone a revolution of the humble burger with eateries like Annie’s and Five Guys turning the fast food burger concept into a gourmet… Continue reading Griddle & Shake, Nottingham City Centre

American · bbq · casual · Dinner · Event

Boozy Bones, Nottingham City Centre

The site where Boozy Bones sits seems to change on a fairly regular basis; having been home to 3 restaurants within the last 4 years (I think), there’s something new to discover more often than you might think – you may remember the spot as the original Red Hot Buffet Shack, Rakonto Grill or Jim’s Smokehouse,… Continue reading Boozy Bones, Nottingham City Centre

A la carte · American · casual · lunch

Red’s True Barbecue, Nottingham

The sudden popularity of barbecue food in the UK a couple of years ago led to three BBQ restaurants opening up within a short period of time (Rub, Jim’s Smokehouse and Red’s True Barbecue).   People I know who particularly love the American BBQ food regard Red’s to be the best of the bunch. We’ve visited a couple… Continue reading Red’s True Barbecue, Nottingham