French Restaurants in Nottingham
1. John's House British, Modern restaurant in Mountsorrel 139-141 Loughborough Road - LE12
John Duffin was born on the farm where he now cooks (as part of the family business incorporating a petting farm and motor museum), and which provides some of the produce for its farm-to-plate ethos. All reports applaud its “superb” cooking and declare a visit “a wonderful experience” that’s “exceptional value for money”.
2. French Living French restaurant in Nottingham 27 King St - NG1
“A stalwart of the Nottingham restaurant scene” for almost 30 years, “it can feel like you are eating in France” at this city-centre outfit with a “constantly changing menu, strong on unfamiliar but interesting dishes”. It’s still run by its founders, Corsican Stéphane Luiggi and his Notts-born wife, Louise.
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
With its untreated oak tables, black granite surfaces and antler candelabras, chef-patron Nick Gillespie’s unusual and “very quiet” venue makes an appropriate showcase for his distinctive modern British cooking, which provided some reporters’ best meal of the year. “Staff cannot do enough for you.”
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