Restaurant Review: Baresca, Nottingham

There seems to be an emerging trend in restaurants across the country. Eateries are now accentuating the dining experience by giving the diner more choices and embracing eclectic entrepreneurship. One such place is Baresca in Nottingham. This is essentially a tapas, market café and cellar bar, and its covetable larder is guaranteed to make a certain Nigella ...

Restaurant Review: Zaap Thai, Bromley Place, Nottingham

I love Thai food as much as I adore The Punisher from Daredevil. Which is why I couldn’t wait to check out Zaap Thai, the latest addition to Nottingham’s restaurant scene. Nestled in the midst of Bromley Place, this restaurant boasts the fantastic location of being slap bang in the city centre. One thing I’ve noticed ...

Post event write-up: The Gin Festival, Nottingham

Last weekend, I was lucky to be invited to The Gin Festival, Nottingham. Held in the spacious Conference Centre on Burton Street, the UK’s largest Gin Festival kicked off a joyous weekend. I’ll be honest, gin isn’t my drink of choice, so I saw this is an opportunity to broaden my horizons, get experimental and ...

Big City Player Belgo gears up for Nottingham launch

Belgo, one of my favourite restaurants in the entire universe is heading to foodie central Nottingham, and I can barely contain myself (I’d do cartwheels of pure joy if I could). Belgo, Nottingham Famous for deliciously iconic moules, frites and bieres, Belgo is opening in Nottingham’s Lace Market on Wednesday 6th April 2016. I cannot wait ...

Restaurant Review: Revolucion de Cuba, Nottingham

When a gorgeous eatery opens its door in one of my favourite cities, there is a pretty high chance that I’ll be popping in soon. New openings are like a klaxon call for foodies and so it was on a blustery Saturday that I found myself heading on over to Revolucion de Cuba, Market Street, ...