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Tim Hart’s “modern”, ’90s brasserie near the castle is one of the city’s culinary linchpins and remains the most commented-upon place in the city centre. A “slick” operation, it’s still seen by many reporters as a “reliable” favourite, but ratings waned this year amidst complaints from one or two regulars of increasingly “predictable” cooking, and a “lack of atmosphere”.
Tim Hart’s “confident” ’90s brasserie near the castle is an unusually “discreet and efficient” modern brasserie, serving “totally reliable” modern cuisine in a “light and airy” (slightly “corporate”) setting. “For a business meal in particular, it’s pitched just right”.
Few modern city restaurants in Britain have such a track record as this ’90s brasserie-style fixture near the castle, where “excellent value” (and business-friendly) lunches and an “exemplary” wine list are particular features; of late, however, culinary consistency has been something of an issue.
“Back to its best… if not better!”; established in 1997, this “airy”, “friendly” and “relaxed” modern brasserie, near the castle, is perhaps provincial England’s most “reliable” city-centre restaurant, and – under chef Dan Burridge – the cooking in recent times has been “consistently excellent”.
Hart’s Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Actually think the food is on a high at the moment, has recently been a little more refined, with good detail. The bar area is much improved by a bit more space and comfortable seating. We had a party in the small dining room which was just lovely. The lunch is always good value, and quite often busy."
Standard Hill, Park Row, Nottingham, NG1 6GN
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lunch noon - 1.45 pm, dinner 7 pm - 10.30 pm
Last orders: 10 pm, Sun 9 pm