The Calcutta Club – Nottingham

Now I don’t profess to know anything about Indian cuisine, my palate is not at all refined. I do however love a blooming good Korma or Tikka Masala. That’s about my level of curry knowledge if I’m honest. So when I was invited to the Calcutta club on Maid Marion Way I was excited to…

Mowgli Street Food – Nottingham

Mowgli in Nottingham has been on the cards for a while and last week it finally opened. Located in Hockley at 1 Stoney Street (The big pink building on the corner opposite Void and across the road from Ice Nine) it is a three storey building standing out from the crowd. Would Hockley, known for…

Chai Walla- Bath

Whilst wandering the streets of Bath, Eleanor and I came across Chai Walla. A tiny independent Indian street food hut, sandwiched between Sainsbury’s and a Peri Peri chicken restaurant on Monmouth Street, the scent of Indian spices could be found from far down the road. Thankfully we got there as soon as lunchtime arrived and…

Tuk Tuk – Nottingham

I need to start this post by saying that the food was really, really nice. There is a reason for this!Tuk Tuk is situated on Friar Gate, Maid Marian Way, on the site that Chutney used to stand on.Still run by the same people, it's had a huge facelift (no more dingy booths or Movenpick…

Chutney – Nottingham

Indian food. I enjoy it, but although I have been to some of the ‘best’ restaurants in Nottingham, I have never felt that I loved it. A good curry isn’t cheap and I love a bargain so when I saw a wowcher deal for Chutney,  I had to do it.