October 26, 2017, by Chloe
Eating my way round Nottingham
It’s easy when planning to go out to eat to head to a well known chain. There’s reasons why places like Nandos are so popular – you know what to expect, its cheap, its familiar. For me, eating in a familiar place is reassuring as I know where can cater for my allergies. But recently I’ve been making an effort to try new places and I’ve found some great gems around Nottingham!
Annie’s Burger Shack
I’ll get this one out of the way first, because I don’t think its possible to have a list of places to eat in Nottingham without mentioning Annie’s. A Nottingham classic, serving everything from vegan to meaty feasts. I haven’t even tried their burgers yet but I’ve been there for brunch twice in a fortnight. It’s incredible value for money – both times I’ve been I’ve been unable to finish my meal. When I ordered the pancake stack, I was eating them for the whole day, no lie…
Oscar and Rosie’s
Another place where the portion sizes may be considered too large by some. I went with friends who were visiting from home and we shared a pizza and mac and cheese because we simply couldn’t decide – a good choice. The interior is really quirky, an Instagram lovers dream.
(I also loved that the toilets were named Oscar’s and Rosie’s respectively – small touches make all the difference!)
Pitcher and Piano
Bit of a cheat as I visited way back in spring, but it’s one of my favourite places in Nottingham so I had to include it! A restaurant and bar set in the church, serving amazing food and cocktails/mocktails. They’ve recently changed their menus and as my old favourite ham hock dish is no longer available, I need to go back to find a new favourite!
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