Nottingham dining & social

Nottingham dining & social

Nottingham dining & social

Nottingham dining & social


Alchemilla | World ServiceWollaton Hall 


Alchemilla restaurant, Nottingham, England

Located in a former Victorian coach house, which sat unused for over 100 years, Alchemilla is a must-visit Michelin-starred restaurant. Owner Alex Bond has worked with some of UK’s best Michelin-starred chefs, and the seasonal seven to 10-course tasting menus are packed with creative ideas and foraged ingredients. A kitchen table for groups of between four and six allows diners to ask questions and see the service from a different perspective.

Visit Alchemilla to find out more.




World Service

world_service_restaurant, Nottingham, England

Just by Nottingham Castle, located in a listed 17th century townhouse you will find World Service, run by head chef Gareth Ward. 

Boasting 50 covers, two private dining rooms, a lounge bar and oriental garden with an al fresco terrace, World Service is uniquely housed within the elegant surroundings of Newdigate House.

Visit World Service to find out more.






Wollaton Hall


One of the finest Elizabethan houses in England, Wollaton Hall is a Grade 1-listed building built in 1588 by wealthy coal baron, Sir Francis Willoughby. 

It has a magnificent formal Elizabethan Great Hall, featuring beautiful stone screen archways and a hammer beam ceiling - perfect for music and social receptions for up to 150 guests. 

The Willoughby Room is an elegant first floor space, suitable for intimate receptions of up to 100 guests. It can be used on its own or is an ideal setting for pre-dinner drinks in conjunction with the Great Hall. 

Wollaton Hall is also home to the city’s Natural History Museum and the Nottingham Industrial Museum.

Visit Wollaton Hall to find out more.

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