Review: George’s Fish and Chip Kitchen, Nottingham

George's Fish and Chip Kitchen exterior

Of all the new restaurants that have opened in Nottingham in the last six months (and there are a lot!), George’s Fish and Chip Kitchen, must be the one I have been the most excited about. And it seems I am not the only one.

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Blog of the Month: The Nottingham Food Blog


It’s a new year and a new month, and that can mean only one thing – time for a new blogger! Marcus Darwent of The Nottingham Food Blog must be the most prolific food reviewer in the city. Continue reading

New Year, new food

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We’re back!

After taking a bit of a break over Christmas and New Year to recharge our batteries and generally stuff ourselves full of food and fizz, Eat Midlands is back for 2015.

We’re looking forward to sharing more food news, features and reviews from across the East Midlands over the coming 12 months but thought that, like all good New Year posts, we should kick this one off with a list. Not exactly resolutions, but a few places we’ve got our sights on in 2015…

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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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