French Restaurants in Nottingham
1. John's House British, Modern restaurant in Mountsorrel 139-141 Loughborough Road - LE12
“Always a winner, John (Duffin) delivers every time”, enthuse fans of his well-regarded venture, which they acclaim for its “exceptional food and wonderful service”. It’s a “fascinating location”, on the site of his family’s farm, which informs the farm-to-plate ethos, delivering “excellent, reasonably priced” food (à la carte or tasting menu) and there’s a certain “something about this place that makes it a lovely occasion”.
2. French Living French restaurant in Nottingham 27 King St - NG1
“You feel you could actually be in France when eating here” at this Nottingham fixture, established in 1994, with “excellent food and an unchanging French ambience”. (Stéphane Luiggi, its Corsican founder, and his team made a lot of new friends as the city’s “star performer for takeaway food during lockdown”.)
3. Perkins British, Modern restaurant in Plumtree Old Railway Station - NG12
2019 Review: Opened in 1982, this “lovely”, family-run venture has a quirky location – an old railway station in the countryside. Feedback remains a little mixed however: even those reporting an essentially good experience can find the cooking “unexciting” or “expensive for what it is”.
4. La Rock French restaurant in Sandiacre 4 Bridge Street - NG10
Chef-owner Nick Gillespie’s “exceptional” modern British cuisine has won considerable acclaim for his “lovely gem” of a restaurant over the past ten years. Set in an unusual location off the M1, its bare oak tables and brick walls combine with black granite and antler candelabras for a striking interior.
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