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Expect tasty British food from a well crafted menu plus fast and efficient service.

The Larder on Goosegate

1st Floor 16-22 Goosegate 
Hockley Nottingham
 NG1 1FE 0115 950 0111

We say

One of Nottingham’s best restaurants, The Larder occupies first–floor premises in a pretty Victorian building, an ornate structure with floor–to–ceiling windows and wooden floors. Curiously enough, this was the place where Jesse Boot, the founder of 'Boots', set up his first chemist’s shop after years selling his wares from a wheelbarrow; needless to say, it was a good business move. Much to its credit – and unusual for Nottingham – The Larder prides itself on selling local, seasonal produce wherever possible and much of the butchery is done in–house with beef exclusively sourced from a grass–fed  Aberdeen Angus herd – indeed steak is a bit of speciality, with unusual foreign cuts rarely found in Britain always on the menu. Otherwise what you eat will really depend on when you come, but you can usually  reckon on simple dishes like wild sea bass with puy lentils, crispy pork belly and cabbage, grilled sole with jersey royals and brown shrimps. Starters are hearty yet inventive– potted rabbit with carrot jam, or salt cod croquettes with aioli, pickles and capers. Good British food, beautifully presented.

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Starters £5-6, main courses £16, steaks £15.95–19.50, afternoon tea .


Tues–Wed 6–10pm;  Thurs–Sat noon–4pm &  6–10pm; closed Sun & Mon.

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