Michelin guide restaurants in Nottinghamshire

These are the 12 Michelin Guide-recommended restaurants in Nottinghamshire

These 12 Nottinghamshire restaurants all feature in the highly prestigious Michelin-Guide.

Judges recommended them all to feature in the 2019 guide, which is widely seen as the gastronomic bible of where to eat out. These are 37 of the best pubs in Nottinghamshire according to the Good Pub Guide

Michelin say: "Dramatically refurbished, faux-industrial style pub in a sleepy village. Flavoursome dishes cater for all, with everything from pub classics to more adventurous offerings. Tasty marmalades and chutneys for sale."

9. Ruddington Arms, Ruddington

Michelin say: "Dramatically refurbished, faux-industrial style pub in a sleepy village. Flavoursome dishes cater for all, with everything from pub classics to more adventurous offerings. Tasty marmalades and chutneys for sale."
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Michelin say: "Was the first branch of Boots the Chemists & the floor to ceiling windows displayed their wares; ask to sit beside them for view of the street below. Dishes are unfussy, good value and tasty; the steaks are a hit."

10. The Larder on Goosegate, Nottingham

Michelin say: "Was the first branch of Boots the Chemists & the floor to ceiling windows displayed their wares; ask to sit beside them for view of the street below. Dishes are unfussy, good value and tasty; the steaks are a hit."
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Michelin say: "Blazing log fires cast a welcoming glow. Menus have a meaty, masculine base and feature plenty of local game in season. Keep an eye out for the carved Jacobean fireplace salvaged from the Martin familys estate."

11. The Martins Arms, Colston Bassett

Michelin say: "Blazing log fires cast a welcoming glow. Menus have a meaty, masculine base and feature plenty of local game in season. Keep an eye out for the carved Jacobean fireplace salvaged from the Martin familys estate."
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Michelin say: "Hidden in the extension of a Georgian property and accessed via an Indonesian-inspired courtyard garden it has a colonial feel, with panelled walls and archaeological artefacts. Dishes have global influences."

12. World Service, Nottingham

Michelin say: "Hidden in the extension of a Georgian property and accessed via an Indonesian-inspired courtyard garden it has a colonial feel, with panelled walls and archaeological artefacts. Dishes have global influences."
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