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Mornington Crescent, Nuthall, Nottingham, NG16 1QE [Map]

Brewer's Fayre restaurants offer a warm welcome to those who want a reliably tasty meal in pleasant surroundings, with plenty of choice, minimal fuss and friendly service. With a reputation going back 25 years they should have a fair chance of doing that, but don't take our word for it. Learn more

Brewer's Fayre restaurants offer a warm welcome to those who want a reliably tasty meal in pleasant surroundings, with plenty of choice, minimal fuss and friendly service. With a reputation going back 25 years they should have a fair chance of doing that, but don't take our word for it. Give them a try and see if you agree that this is how good quality pub food should be served.

Whether it's snacks, grills, pub classics, fish, Sunday roasts or side dishes they think their way through the options, talk to their guests, and then come up with the goods. Not everybody wants a full meal so they've considered the needs of those who want to keep the gap filled and the children contented, perhaps on a journey or a day out.

Hot filled baguettes are always popular be it sausage and red onion or a classic chicken club sandwich. Jacket potatoes are good on their own but filled with mature cheddar cheese and beans they take on a new dimension.

More paced occasions demand a wide menu, perhaps with starters of breaded butterfly prawns, chicken goujons or breaded camembert bites. Grills are there for the hungry and whole rack of meaty BBQ pork ribs served with extra sauce, chips and coleslaw can be very welcome. The days of the mixed grill are back - or did they ever go away - a 4oz rump steak, two pork sausages, and a gammon steak topped with a fried egg served with all the trimmings will remind you if they did.

Salmon and prawn fishcakes are served with buttered new potatoes, tartare sauce and a lightly dressed salad. A combination of sea and land comes with a rump steak, whole grilled chicken breast and breaded breaded butterfly prawns, served with chips and a side salad or garden peas.

The rise of eating out in pubs has brought into our daily lives a whole legion of what might be termed 'pub classics'. Many of them have their roots in what used to be called 'good home cooking' and include such dishes as sausage, egg and chips, beef and ale pie, chicken and mushroom pie and for the very daring a beef lasagne. Well, all of them and many more are on the menu at Brewer's Fayre, supplemented by such new regulars as vegetable Goan chicken curry, pork chop, chilli con carne and grilled chicken and bacon salad.

It has often been said that chicken tikka masala is now the most popular dish in Britain. Some may not really want to believe that, much as they love curry, but travel, population movement and other factors have widened our scope and they are probably pretty keen on fish and chips in Timbuktu.

What is certain is that the great British Sunday roast is exclusive to these islands, though copied maybe elsewhere or in ex-pat outposts. No surprise therefore that it's on the Brewer's Fayre menu. A trade of three roasts with an opportunity to trade up to a mega roast for a modest sum. With it come two Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables and that important element - gravy.

A fine list of immensely tempting desserts may well bring the most ardent weight-watcher to their knees. A short but well thought out wine list offers all choices, except champagne, by the glass. Staying the night - check to see if there's a Premier Inn next door - chances are you'll be lucky.

A quick click on their Website is always worth while. The only thing that stays still permanently is the quality which is helped by a changing menu, and some very special offers.

Pub, Traditional

£10.00£18.00

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Castle Marina Park, Castle Bridge Road, Nottingham, NG7 1GX [Map]

The Beefeater Grill range of restaurants, owned by the well established firm of Whitbread has transformed over time into what is now predominantly a cooking platform for chargrill. The restaurants are warm, modern and stylish, with low lighting and contemporary artwork. Learn more

The Beefeater Grill range of restaurants, owned by the well established firm of Whitbread has transformed over time into what is now predominantly a cooking platform for chargrill. The restaurants are warm, modern and stylish, with low lighting and contemporary artwork. A comfortable, cosy, mainly booth layout offers guests their own space with no feeling of being hurried at any point. Staff are friendly and helpful if need be - what a difference that can make to a good evening out.

Be it the wide open spaces of Argentina, the intimate setting of a French restaurant, or a busy grill in London's West End, there's no denying the popularity of chargrill. As the production of quality beef, chicken, fish and lamb has grown, prices have come down by comparison, and the simple and traditional art of minimally cooking dishes by chargrill, sealing in the flavours and tastes by intense heat has caught the public imagination.

All the steaks at Beefeater Grill are matured for a minimum of 28 days before being seasoned. Whether it be juicy rib eye, the classic sirloin, that emblem of the Sunday lunch, a tender fillet, or a delicious 7oz rump, all grilled to your own specification, you're never far away from perfection. Even beefburgers have shaken off their dubious image and the highly popular Beefeater burgers are made from 100% beef.

The popular sirloin with giant prawns offers a treat to those for whom an alliance between sea and pasture is a natural attraction, whilst a 16oz steak platter links rump, fillet, sirloin and rib eye into one mouth-watering dish served with chips, battered onion rings, grilled tomato, a flat mushroom and peppercorn and brandy sauce.

Many of us love rib meat, and the rack of ribs at a Beefeater Grill has a meaty rack smoky flavour; maple ribs of pork with a choice of three sauces, mojito, smoked caramel and apple glaze, or Bourbon and black BBQ. And if all else fails and you are totally baffled by the wealth of choices, ask to have a word with the Steakmaster who will help find what is right for you, together with the best cooking method. These guys leave nothing to chance.

On a menu that is a delight to read, let alone choose a meal from, expect to find smaller dishes such as traditional prawn cocktail, whitebait, chicken liver pâté and baked Camembert, or juicy lamb koftas served with yoghurt and mint dip. There's something about a good steak meal that always leaves a gap for a little temptation to sweeten up the scene and from amongst twelve options look for Belgian chocolate cheesecake, treacle sponge pudding or a caramel apple crumble pie.

Throughout the day a wide range of more general dishes are yours for the ordering, sandwiches, jackets, classic favourites like fish and chips, pasta, salads, and sharing dishes of nachos, potato shells and a Beefeater Grill combo. Next door to many of the restaurants are Premier Inns, so staying the night whatever the circumstances need not be a problem.

And what about wine? Endorsed by Matthew Jukes, wine writer in the Daily Mail and bon viveur in his own right, a wine list that marches with the menu completes an impressive and compelling invitation to enjoy whatever takes your fancy at the nearest Beefeater Grill.

Click on their Website for menu updates and special offers.

Grill, Pub

£11.00£25.00

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The Phoenix Centre, Millennium Way West, Notttingham, NG8 6AS [Map]

The Beefeater Grill range of restaurants, owned by the well established firm of Whitbread has transformed over time into what is now predominantly a cooking platform for chargrill. The restaurants are warm, modern and stylish, with low lighting and contemporary artwork. Learn more

The Beefeater Grill range of restaurants, owned by the well established firm of Whitbread has transformed over time into what is now predominantly a cooking platform for chargrill. The restaurants are warm, modern and stylish, with low lighting and contemporary artwork. A comfortable, cosy, mainly booth layout offers guests their own space with no feeling of being hurried at any point. Staff are friendly and helpful if need be - what a difference that can make to a good evening out.

Be it the wide open spaces of Argentina, the intimate setting of a French restaurant, or a busy grill in London's West End, there's no denying the popularity of chargrill. As the production of quality beef, chicken, fish and lamb has grown, prices have come down by comparison, and the simple and traditional art of minimally cooking dishes by chargrill, sealing in the flavours and tastes by intense heat has caught the public imagination.

All the steaks at Beefeater Grill are matured for a minimum of 28 days before being seasoned. Whether it be juicy rib eye, the classic sirloin, that emblem of the Sunday lunch, a tender fillet, or a delicious 7oz rump, all grilled to your own specification, you're never far away from perfection. Even beefburgers have shaken off their dubious image and the highly popular Beefeater burgers are made from 100% beef.

The popular sirloin with giant prawns offers a treat to those for whom an alliance between sea and pasture is a natural attraction, whilst a 16oz steak platter links rump, fillet, sirloin and rib eye into one mouth-watering dish served with chips, battered onion rings, grilled tomato, a flat mushroom and peppercorn and brandy sauce.

Many of us love rib meat, and the rack of ribs at a Beefeater Grill has a meaty rack smoky flavour; maple ribs of pork with a choice of three sauces, mojito, smoked caramel and apple glaze, or Bourbon and black BBQ. And if all else fails and you are totally baffled by the wealth of choices, ask to have a word with the Steakmaster who will help find what is right for you, together with the best cooking method. These guys leave nothing to chance.

On a menu that is a delight to read, let alone choose a meal from, expect to find smaller dishes such as traditional prawn cocktail, whitebait, chicken liver pâté and baked Camembert, or juicy lamb koftas served with yoghurt and mint dip. There's something about a good steak meal that always leaves a gap for a little temptation to sweeten up the scene and from amongst twelve options look for Belgian chocolate cheesecake, treacle sponge pudding or a caramel apple crumble pie.

Throughout the day a wide range of more general dishes are yours for the ordering, sandwiches, jackets, classic favourites like fish and chips, pasta, salads, and sharing dishes of nachos, potato shells and a Beefeater Grill combo. Next door to many of the restaurants are Premier Inns, so staying the night whatever the circumstances need not be a problem.

And what about wine? Endorsed by Matthew Jukes, wine writer in the Daily Mail and bon viveur in his own right, a wine list that marches with the menu completes an impressive and compelling invitation to enjoy whatever takes your fancy at the nearest Beefeater Grill.

Click on their Website for menu updates and special offers.

Grill, Pub

£11.00£25.00

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Newdigate House, Castle Gate, Nottingham, NG1 6AF [Map]

Garry Hewitt, who used to work at Hart's, brings his expertise to bear at World Service, where the ambience is oriental but the food in the main leans slightly more towards Europe than the Pacific. Learn more

Garry Hewitt, who used to work at Hart's, brings his expertise to bear at World Service, where the ambience is oriental but the food in the main leans slightly more towards Europe than the Pacific. He uses first-class ingredients to produce such eclectic gems as Indian spiced scallops with piccalilli, yoghurt, poppadom and apple, or pan-fried cod with chickpea puree, brandade croquette and a pepperdew and lemon salsa; the execution of these dishes is aided by Sous Chef Andrew Lincoln.

The bar is quite a local destination now, concentrating on offering a wide range of wines by the glass, spirits from every nation imaginable and their own speciality cocktails, all offered in a richly different setting.

Those who knew the Nottingham United Services Club may be surprised to hear that it has consolidated on the upper floors of its elegant Georgian house, leaving World Service to set up on the ground floor, where it quickly earned its award of Nottinghamshire Newcomer of the Year.

There is a choice of three separate dining areas, two of which are also available for private hire; their lunch menu, which changes daily, represents excellent value whilst still remaining as inventive as the rest of their food.

Amongst the menus, which vary according to the time of the year, is a wide variety of dishes that are designed to blend with the gracious interior of this extraordinary house, a real survival of the gracious city that went before.

Starters of bresaola with pickled shimeji mushrooms, manchego cheese and plum membrillo; seared tuna loin with wasabi mayonnaise and pickled vegetables, or sweet potato and sage soup, all pave the way for main dishes that could include butter poached chicken breast with roast garlic, parsley and lemon risotto and Caesar dressed leaves; turbot with cauliflower, samphire, potato gnocchi and red wine sauce, and rabbit loin in bacon with lentils and confit leg tian.

The side dishes sound equally compelling, mange tout with shallot butter, minted new potatoes, and home-made fries. Puddings of chocolate pave with pistachio and spiced orange sorbet, or sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream ice cream and caramel sauce make a gracious end to a meal prepared and served with impeccable taste.

They boast a masterful wine list with eighteen available by the glass; all helping to increase the enjoyment derived from this smooth-running and promising place, which gained the accolade of overall restaurant of the year in the Nottingham Restaurant Awards for a staggering four years out of seven: 2003, 2004 and 2005 and 2007. They also have recognition from The Good Food Guide, and, at the end of 2006, they gained a second rosette from the AA.

Far more information can be gleaned from their Website, including very full details on their menus and huge choice of drinks.


Fusion, Modern British

£25.00£55.00

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8-16 Chapel Quarter, Nottingham, NG1 6JQ [Map]

Sinatra's operates as a Cafe Bar by day, choose from a great selection of brunches, sandwiches and paninis, salads, pasta, light and hearty main courses or simply call for drinks anytime. The new Cafe menu offers lots of choices including open sandwiches, paninis, wraps, brushettas, small and large salad and pasta dishes, a fabulous selection of light healthy dishes as well as hearty main courses. Learn more

Sinatra's operates as a Cafe Bar by day, choose from a great selection of brunches, sandwiches and paninis, salads, pasta, light and hearty main courses or simply call for drinks anytime.

The new Cafe menu offers lots of choices including open sandwiches, paninis, wraps, brushettas, small and large salad and pasta dishes, a fabulous selection of light healthy dishes as well as hearty main courses. The Cafe menu is served daily from 10am until 6.30 perfect for lunch or relaxing after work or Pre Theatre. Click the side bars to see our menu choices with over 20 items under £10. Plus call in 2.30 to 5 and receive a complimentary tea or coffee with your main meal.

During the evening the atmosphere changes, the Restaurant is vibrant with diners of all ages enjoying perfectly presented dishes from our Pre Theatre and fantastic A La Carte Dinner menus.

Premium house spirits and beers an extensive wine list, 10 champagnes and bubbly and over 30 Cocktails are all reasons to visit and at the weekend last orders at the bar is 12.30 am.

The atmosphere is sophisticated and stylish, dress classy, dress sassy and on Fridays and Saturdays we play a great mix of Soul & Classic House when last orders at the bar is 12.30am!!

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

European, International, Modern British

£18.00£33.00

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The Shire Hall, High Pavement Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1HN [Map]

Iberico brings together three auspicious events. One is the rapidly increasing popularity of the Spanish tapas in Britain. The second is the prosperity of Nottingham which, though like most other places has taken a knock recently, still manages to cope. Learn more

Iberico brings together three auspicious events. One is the rapidly increasing popularity of the Spanish tapas in Britain. The second is the prosperity of Nottingham which, though like most other places has taken a knock recently, still manages to cope. The third is a location that is breathtakingly beautiful, in the heart of Nottingham's Lace Market, namely the historic Galleries of Justice, a grade II Listed building that has many a story to tell.

To be more precise it's in the vaults of this lovely building, a fact that makes it even more enchanting, offering a great relaxed dining atmosphere with a cosmopolitan interior. You could even be in Spain. There's Spanish cool combined with Moorish flamboyance, and the leather seating welcomes the human frame with a soft caress and firm support.

At the time of writing they are rejoicing in their success at the 2009 Nottingham Restaurant Awards, where they walked away with 'Best Set Lunch' and 2nd 'Best Overall Restaurant'. The competition is stiff in this city of many restaurants with more than 300 places to eat and drink in the city centre alone, so these are Awards that need to be taken seriously.

Because of its city centre setting Iberico is in poll position to satisfy lunch time hunger pangs. They do this in a highly impressive manner and for £11.95 stressed out business people - anybody - can enjoy a selection of tapas and a dessert. Best Set Lunch - do you wonder?

A browse through their menu is sufficient to stoke the most recalcitrant appetite into life. Happily this is something I have never been afflicted with but if I had the slow cooked lamb, Serrano ham, chorizo sausage or wild boar salami would give me a jolt of galvanic proportions. Add to this Jamon Iberico, the 'king of hams', hotly pursued by the Soka ham, cured pork shoulder, reared deep in the not so distant Sherwood Forest and cured, smoked and air dried by another award winner, Johnny Pusztai.

On the maritime side we have smoked eel, black cod with spicy miso, not to mention lime, salt and pepper squid. Spain knows a thing or two about cheese as well and there is a choice of five amongst the tapas, including tetilla, one of the four Galician cheeses, and manchego, always a favourite. From outside Spain, but only just, is gorgonzola.

We tend to think savoury when tapas are on the table, but they lend themselves equally to desserts such as jasmine ice cream, raisin and walnut bread, churros and hot chocolate, and the Iberico dessert board will prove. Specialists will approve of the green tea and chocolate tomago.

A well chosen and fascinating wine list naturally explores Spain pretty thoroughly and when in Spain (or Rome) do as the people there do. So exciting sherries, ports, dessert wines and other wines from both New and Old backgrounds make for enjoyable reading and subsequent closer attendance.

Check out their Website for changes and other information updates.

Tapas

£20.00£36.00

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Standard Hill, Park Row, Nottingham, NG1 6GN [Map]

The handsome contemporary building which is home to Hart's stands amidst elegant Georgian and Victorian town houses, on the site of the ramparts of Nottingham's famous medieval castle. Located in its own traffic-free cul de sac, it is just five minutes to the city centre. Learn more

The handsome contemporary building which is home to Hart's stands amidst elegant Georgian and Victorian town houses, on the site of the ramparts of Nottingham's famous medieval castle. Located in its own traffic-free cul de sac, it is just five minutes to the city centre. It opened in November 1997 and was almost immediately awarded Restaurant of the Year 1997 by The Guardian, a tribute to the quality of its fine modern British cuisine.

Hart's restaurant maintains a focus on delivering superb food and excellent personal service in a modern, chic and intimate environment, under the leadership of Head Chef, Dan Burridge, and Restaurant Manager, Sally Martin.

The British cuisine is highly seasonal with the emphasis on fantastic fresh ingredients. Expect to see delicious starters such as crispy squid and roast chorizo, chicory and avocado, or the ?Johnny Pusztai's' bresaola with pickled mushrooms and truffle mayonnaise. For main courses choose roast cod with smoked bacon, mustard bulgur wheat, braised leeks and cider beurre blanc, or Gressingham duck breast with butternut squash risotto, chestnuts and celeriac puree. Desserts are to die for, hot chocolate fondant with pistachio ice cream; passion fruit soufflé with banana and passion fruit sorbet, or sticky toffee pudding with date puree and cream cheese ice cream.

The aesthetic for the interior of the restaurant is inspired by the Bauhaus abstract paintings of Stefa Hart's father, who trained in the famous Weimar design school in the 1920s. The very comfortable wool fabric seating, together with the crisp white linen and rich American cherry of the floor and tables, gives the main dining room both warmth and sophistication.

Hart's restaurant could be described as a bright, uncluttered stage set for the enjoyment of very good food and first class service. They have a sound wine list with plenty of choice. More information can be gleaned from their excellent Website.

They also opened Hart's Hotel in 2003, it is Nottingham's first purpose built boutique hotel and listed in the Good Hotel Guide 2013. Light pours into all of the 30 bedrooms and two suites, and the majority of guest rooms boast spectacular views of the city below. Beds are decked with Egyptian cotton bed linen and goose down pillows and duvets. All rooms have en suite bathrooms and state-of-the-art communications technology offered by few hotels in London.

Modern British

£25.00£45.00

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108 Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham, NG1 6LF [Map]

Set in the heart of Nottingham, 108 Grill specialises in European cuisine with innovative international touches. A trendy interior features dark wooden tables, elegant lamp shades, cosy lighting and a stylish bar. Learn more

Set in the heart of Nottingham, 108 Grill specialises in European cuisine with innovative international touches. A trendy interior features dark wooden tables, elegant lamp shades, cosy lighting and a stylish bar.

Delicious creations on the 108 Grill menuincludea sharing platter of lamb brochettes, buffalo chicken wings, bacon and blue cheese potato skins, smoked mackerel pâté and seafood cocktail. Alongside a selection of grills, the menu also offers Asian specialities like salmon delice with stir-fried vegetables and teriyaki sauce, and Asian duck with sweet soy and plum sauce, baby bokchoy and Pont Neuf potatoes.

Popular dessert options at 108 Restaurant include chocolate and chilli fondant, or smooth green tea and lemon posset with Malibu and coconut jelly. The bar menu at 108 Grill Nottingham offers guests a range of creamy cocktails, appetisers, seasonal salads, sandwiches, tortilla wraps, pasta and sharing platters.

108 Grill is a short walk from local attractions like The Royal Centre, Nottingham Playhouse and The Cornerhouse.

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

Mediterranean, Steak

N/A£28.00

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43 Broad Street, Nottingham, NG1 3AP [Map]

Flamboyant and exciting, Bar de Nada is a friendly, locally run, bar/restaurant on the corner of Broad Street and Lower Parliament Street, at the north end of the hippest strip in Hockley, with a clientele that's both laid-back and hedonistic, and definitely a style that is all it own. Learn more

Flamboyant and exciting, Bar de Nada is a friendly, locally run, bar/restaurant on the corner of Broad Street and Lower Parliament Street, at the north end of the hippest strip in Hockley, with a clientele that's both laid-back and hedonistic, and definitely a style that is all it own. It lays claim to being possibly the most genuine of Nottingham's bars.

People come there mainly for the excellent Spanish and World tapas but also to indulge in a uniquely different atmosphere where the lack of a dress code, affordable drinks and a range of some of the most amazing beers from across the world create the right kind of buzz. One of their popular offers is from 5 to 7 pm on weekdays for a special tapas menu where the price you pay is the time you arrive, and that allows for three tapas and bread. So if you arrive at 6.15, it costs you £6.15.

It's one of the best places to head for tapas, which are served Monday to Saturday till 9.30pm in an informal and spacious environment. The menu brings together an interesting mix of classic with some very eclectic world variety tapas elevating the experience to another level altogether, while also giving plenty of choice for vegetarians.

The range of classic tapas is such that even prolonged attendance at this buzzing restaurant should not dull the appetite for what has become an increasingly popular form of gastronomic grazing. Consider the traditional Spanish casserole of haricot beans in tomato sauce with chorizo, black pudding and ham, or prawns fried in olive oil with sliced red chillies, the delicate pickled white anchovies in dressing, or lamb's kidneys in sherry - a real dish for the connoisseur.

Tapas often tend to lose in the making, so it is refreshing to find the simpler dishes such as mature Manchego cheese served with tomato and olive oil, or Spanish mackerel pan-fried in garlic, the two strong flavours blending rather than competing with each other.

Amongst the world-style tapas expect to find pork dumplings in Chinese pastry, the celebrated tom yum soup with choices of chicken, mushroom or prawns, the Indonesian deng deng chicken, or chicken Caribbean jerk style with red bonnet and chillies.

Thirty beers from around the world, with the likes of Anchor Steam Beer and Erdinger on draught, are regularly enjoyed by a crowd of friendly, appreciative types who lap up the continental vibes and are about as troublesome as a day-old kitten. Spacious and inviting, the serving of tapas till 9.30 encourages the social imbibers but doesn't deter determined drinkers from joining in the fun.

More information including the full tapas menu is available on their Website.

Bar, Spanish

N/A£20.00

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Chapel Quarter, Nottingham, NG1 6JS [Map]

The first Fat Cat Café Bar opened in Bangor, North Wales in 1992 and since then the group has been steadily expanding to meet the demands of the increasingly discerning customer. They run eleven café bars in London, the Midlands, Wales and the North West, and are known to maintain high standards in food and service. Learn more

The first Fat Cat Café Bar opened in Bangor, North Wales in 1992 and since then the group has been steadily expanding to meet the demands of the increasingly discerning customer. They run eleven café bars in London, the Midlands, Wales and the North West, and are known to maintain high standards in food and service.

In order to remain at the forefront of café bar culture, a number of their sites have been refurbished during the past year. All outlets offer just the right environment to relax - with comfortable leather sofas and private booths. Large projection screens show live sporting events and wi-fi is available free of charge.

Food is served all day, seven days a week and menus change monthly with each outlet playing host to events and offers like ladies nights and set menus. Music policy depends on the time of day, ranging from classic background to uplifting dance at weekend nights.

The breakfast menu offers, among other choices, the typical English Fat Cat breakfast. The all day menu is extensive and has good choices, and is best known for burgers that include a spicy lamb, Cajun chicken or potato, roasted garlic and mixed bean burger.

Amongst the starters, expect to find sweet and sticky ribs, crispy whitebait and Stilton and spring onion potato cakes. If you like to keep it simple, the rustic Fat Cat Caesar salad is a good option. Mains could offer beer battered fish and chips, and favourites like bangers and mash, grilled sea bass fillet or pork T-bone steak.

There are popular desserts like sticky toffee pudding and warm apple and cinnamon sundae for those wanting to give their meal a sweet end.

A large selection of wines, spirits, bottled products, cocktails and spirits makes up their drinks menu. The list also mentions liqueurs and non-alcoholic beverages.

To gain further information, just visit their extremely comprehensive Website.

Modern British

£14.00£25.00

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