The Larder on Goosegate
Perched above the bustling streets of Hockley, The Larder on Goosegate could well be the perfect choice for lunch on a sunny day in Nottingham.
This gem of a restaurant has a great reputation, and with its focus on seasonal produce, carefully prepared food and relaxed airy setting, it’s easy to see why.
The picturesque dining room – all raw wood, chandeliers and natural light – is in a beautiful Grade II listed building that was Jesse Boot’s original apothecary at the beginning of his journey towards creating Boots the chemist in 1849.
Today the restaurant feels like an escape from the city – looking out from its enormous glass windows is great for people-watching, and the elegant yet informal setting is a welcome destination after a morning of shopping or exploring the city.
At lunchtimes you can order afternoon tea (with a glass of Prosecco or loose-leaf teas), or choose from the classic lunch menu. The Larder on Goosegate is also a good choice for evening meals – its location makes it an ideal pre- or post-theatre or cinema option.
The a la carte menu changes with the seasons, and the restaurant prides itself on a range of unusual steak cuts. For dessert, try rosemary and banana tarte tatin or a plate of local cheeses such as Colston Bassett Stilton and Lincolnshire Poacher.
Eating here feels special at any time of the day.
15% off the a la carte food bill, Tuesday to Friday, lunch and dinner. Maximum of six people per Great Food Club card. Please mention you are a Great Food Club member when booking on 0115 9500111 and show your membership card when paying the bill.