Stuff yourself silly on Nottingham’s finest cooking and produce

Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

Tempt your taste buds with Michelin-starred fine dining, delis brimming with local produce and a heritage tour of some of the city’s best pubs.

Experience the thrill of a two Michelin-star kitchen and watch mouth-watering dishes prepared before your eyes by booking the chef’s table at Sat Bains’ restaurant with rooms, recently named Britain's best restaurant. Or you can relax in another of Nottingham’s best restaurants, at the award-winning MemSaab, where an evening of exquisite Indian cuisine awaits you.

Your trip needn’t be entirely devoted to seeking out fabulous places to eat. Foodies-on-the-go can stock up anytime on gourmet treats, such as artisan loaves from Hambleton Bakery and the locally produced Colwick Cheese, made famous by Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty, at Delilah Fine Foods.

If you love real ale then make sure you try the Architecture Ale Trail, which takes you to some of Nottingham’s most impressive pubs. Inside you will find an ever-changing selection of ales, many of which have been brewed in the county using age-old methods.

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The Chef's Table at Sat Bains with RoomsThe Chef's Table at Sat Bains with Rooms © Sat Bains with Rooms
The elegant interior at MemSaabThe elegant interior at MemSaab © MemSaab
Food stalls at DelilahDelilah Fine Foods © Visit England
A baker holding a trayful of bread at Hambleton BakeryHambleton Bakery
Delilah Fine FoodsDelilah Fine Foods © Experience Nottinghamshire

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