Fish, chips and gin at George’s new venture

An artist's impression of the bar at the new George's Tradition restaurant

An artist’s impression of the bar at the new George’s Tradition restaurant

 

Midlands fish and chip chain George’s Tradition is to open its first city-centre restaurant next month – complete with gin bar.

The new restaurant in Queen Street, Nottingham, will have room for 140 diners and a sea-side themed interior, with booths shaped like beach huts. It will also have an open kitchen and a bar serving English gin.

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Review: Pilot, Nottingham

Pilotphotoweb It’s all about the Ps at new Hockley restaurant Pilot. Not the mushy, mint sauce kind but pizza, Prosecco and, er, poultry. The menu is simple and understated, much like the décor – sticking to a few old favourites with a modern twist. Aside from the Prosecco on tap, which was 2 for 1 when we visited, the restaurant’s main USP is its rotisserie chicken.

 

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Nottingham couple’s big breakfast break

MixItMuesli1webA Nottingham couple’s inventive breakfast idea has seen them travel to Downing Street to meet David Cameron.

Stephanie Matthews, 25, and partner Sam Leggitt, 23 , of Ruddington, are the brains behind Mix It Muesli –  a new mail order service which gives customers the chance to create a pick and mix breakfast cereal.

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Welcome to Eat Midlands!

Welcome to Eat Midlands – a new online food magazine designed to showcase the very best food and drink the East Midlands has to offer.

From news on restaurant openings and new products, to events listings and profiles of local food heroes, this site will bring together all you need to know about food and drink in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Rutland.

As a PR specialist and former journalist, I am far better at writing about food than actually cooking it, so decided to set up this website in my spare time to share my love of good food and drink and, hopefully, uncover some of the region’s hidden gems.

If you would like to get in touch I’d love to hear from you on Twitter @eatmidlands or you can leave a comment on the site.

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Happy reading!

Sarah