Wondering which Notts restaurants to go back to first? These are the top 10 Notts places we’ll be dining at again ASAP. Check it out and see if you agree!
Tucked away down Byard Lane, you’d be hard pushed to have noticed the opening of Coco Tang nightclub’s sister venture Cafe Coco Tang. With speciality coffee, oriental bakes, cocktails and a Vietnamese kitchen in an achingly hipster setting, there’s something new to discover with every one of their impressively kitsch Instagram posts. Cartwheel cafe are… Continue reading Cafe Coco Tang, Nottingham City Centre
Outpost are making a name for themselves in Nottingham for their outstanding coffee, so when we were invited to try out their recently launched brunch menu we were there with knobs on. The shop is small but comfortable with achingly cool decor – you can easily relax the day away reading their plethora of coffee… Continue reading Brunch at Outpost Coffee Shop, Nottingham City Centre
Take a stroll up Derby road and, aside from the copious amount of furniture shops, you can’t fail to spot the fluorescent yellow bakery Tough Mary’s. Much like a ray of sunshine breaking through grey clouds, it brightens the area and some of the local, homemade treats are sure to brighten your day. We aimed… Continue reading Tough Mary’s Bakehouse, Nottingham city centre
The Cartwheel Cafe is located on Lower Pavement, cheekily positioned right next to the popular Thea Caffea. Not to be intimidated by the competition, Cartwheel are forging their own reputation for unique coffee as well as a food menu that serves brunch and sandwiches. We visited late one Saturday morning and needed some brunch to line our… Continue reading The Cartwheel Cafe, Nottingham