Nottingham Street Food Club

Some of Nottingham’s most colourful and cultural eateries have been nominated for the Midlands Food Drink and Hospitality Awards this year. 

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Operator of the year – Nottingham Street Food Club

Nottingham Street Food Club

This pop-up eatery was first launched in May 2017 on the upper floor of the Vic Centre after several successful outdoor events in 2016. The company offers a breadth of different cuisines and say they will bring you “the very best in independent street food”.

Afternoon tea establishment – White Rabbit Teahouse

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This incredibly chic establishment on Bridlesmith Walk has been known to hold weddings, hen do’s and baby showers for its loyal customers and promises to offer something for everyone from delicate triangle sandwiches to scones and traditional teas.

Gastropub – The Railway Lowdham

The Railway Lowdham
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This much-loved Lowdham pub dates all the way back to 1876 and with low ceilings, wooden floors and interesting features – it has a real rustic feel and atmosphere that will draw you into the relaxed charm. It has also won the Nottingham Restaurant and Bar Awards this year.

South-Asian award – Mem Saab

MemSaab is one of Nottingham’s favourite Asian restaurants located on Maid Marian Way featuring traditional “perfectly spiced” curries through to modern Indian cooking with interior design that captures the true essence of India.

Dessert establishment – The Pudding Pantry

Just looking at their sweet treats is enough to put on 5lbs! Dessert parlour The Pudding Pantry offers chocolatey milkshakes to bacon pancakes and is on Trinity Square directly opposite the gym – the perfect excuse to pop in after a sweaty session.

Veggie/Vegan award – No.12 Hounds Gate

This vegan eatery is so good you won’t tell it’s not meat! It’s run by a couple who began by experimenting with plant-based foods and have once before taken the crown for best vegan establishment. The menu is made up of local produce and based around the idea that eating vegan doesn’t have to be boring or restrictive.

Boutique hotel of the year – The Walton

The Walton on North Road has been nominated for its 24 unique and carefully decorated room which reflect the atmosphere and ambience of a 19th-century hunting lodge, also, offering everything from light bites to a full three-course dinner and Sunday lunch with all the trimmings.