A Food Tour In Nottingham


At The Alchemist, 11 King Street, NG1 2AY

What we ate – Soya Latte with Steak, Eggs and Hash Browns.

– Cappuccino with Mish Mosh ‘broken eggs with chorizo, cheese, bacon, spinach & mushroom’

– Latte with Smashed Avocado & Poached Eggs

The service was great, really quick and attentive with a good atmosphere and the food was full of flavour with lots to choose from, the only think I would say is it isn’t great if you are gluten free as there is only the steak option, they are yet to offer a gluten free bread with the other items on the menu, but who needs a better excuse to have steak for breakfast.


At Happy Dough Lucky, The Lacehouse, 14 Broadway, NG1 1PS

A pop up, travelling pizza and dessert restaurant catering for both vegans and gluten free diners, located in the Lacehouse for 12 weeks only before they are off on their next adventure. Really great atmosphere and friendly welcome, we really enjoyed the pizza and cocktails it is a great place to catch up with friends over some really filling and tasty food inspired by their trip to Napels in Italy.


At Las Iguanas, Chapel Quarter 4, NG1 6JS

What we drank – Caipirinha Cocktails, which we got a lesson on how to make.

What we ate

Starters – We shared the gluten free Cheese dough balls and Nachos with all the toppings.

Mains – I ordered the Fiesta Ensalada with grilled Halloumi and my sister had the Chicken Burrito.

We skipped the dessert as the service was a little slow and I was so ready for bed as usual, but the dishes all had lots of flavour and I really like how the menu is split up in to different countries. I was really impressed with the amount of options available for gluten free and they also do vegan, vegetarian and dairy free options so there is something for everyone, great if you’ve got a mix of dinners and it is all really clear on the menu.

Which one takes your fancy?



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