• Review: Best Bars And Restaurants In Nottingham

    Ryan Keane It’s true what they say: Nottingham is a fantastic place for a night out. We might be none the wiser about when the clubs will reopen (thanks COVID) but this doesn’t mean we have to feel dismayed. There are plenty of local bars welcoming the fresh wave...
  • Review: The Best Places To Eat On Campus

    As the start of term approaches and students begin to move back into Nottingham, here is a list of the best places to eat on the University Park campus, all of which accept the Daily Bites Meal Card!...
  • Review: The Best Coffee on Campus

    As an English student, my degree is essentially reading and drinking coffee. When I am not in one of my few contact hours, I become a nomad on campus with plenty of time to drown my stress in caffeine. I think that gives me some authority on where to...
  • Nights Out in Notts: Burra Khana – Nottingham’s Newest Indian Restaurant

    If you’re hungry for authentic and flavoursome street food or barbeque skewers, Nottingham’s newest restaurant, Burra Khana, is the place for you. Nestled next to the Red Dog Saloon, by the Lace Market tram stop, this restaurant is re-imagining Indian food by combining the flavours found on the streets...
  • The Playwright Launch Party

    This May, The Playwright, a new bar on Shakespeare Street, opened its doors to Nottingham, promising to be the stylish summer bolthole of 2019. Bathed in shades of deep greens and blues, the cosy, colonial décor features cream lampshades and patterned tiles on the wall. The bar, owned by...
  • Food Review: Lan Zhou Beef Noodles

    Lan Zhou Beef Noodles’ (Market Street, Nottingham) small shop space and mundane interior belies the nature of its food. You will find none of the extravagance and lush colours that have stereotypically defined one’s idea of a chinese restaurant. But don’t let the drab interior fool you. Once you...
  • Food Review: One Click Coffee

    One Click Coffee is a coffee subscription service, delivering high quality and unique coffee straight to your front door. Their ‘monthly box’, costing £25 a month seems a little pricey, but when you realise that is 90p per cup, it seems quite the bargain. Within the box you get 2 bags of...