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Eat & Drink
With its love of local produce and top quality dining it’s no surprise that Nottinghamshire is teeming with restaurants, café and bars. From fine dining experiences at Hart’s, World Service, Chino Latino and the two Michelin-starred Sat Bains to informal, family-orientated places such as Red Hot World Buffet and the Mad Hatter’s Tearoom, we cater for every taste and wallet.
Nottinghamshire is renowned for its international cuisine and even has a newly-emerging ‘curry quarter’ which includes restaurants such as MemSaab, Calcutta Club and Cumin. There are also plenty of places to enjoy tapas with friends including Iberico World Tapas, Escabeche and the Rum House as well as rustic French dining at Le Mistral, French Living and Le Bistrot Pierre.
If you are out and about in Sherwood Forest then call at Launay’s which prides itself of serving seasonal dishes made using local ingredients. In the tiny village of Upton, just outside Southwell, you will find The Clockhouse which is owned by the award-winning chef Edward Halls. Other favourites around the county include The Prince Rupert at Newark, The Fox and Hounds at Blidworth and Kelham House.
There are also many food and drink festivals which take place throughout the year, including the Robin Hood Beer and Cider Festival and the Festival of Food and Drink at Clumber Park, which means you will find enough to satisfy the most dedicated food lover.
Nottingham flies the Purple Flag for variety,
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