Creme Restaurant in Nottingham

Depending on the availability of produce starters can include; pan fried pigeon breast with parsnip cream, roast baby beetroot, pine kernels and a grapefruit and roquette salad, or the decadent blue cheese beignets with blue cheese mayonnaise and red onion chutney. British restaurants in Nottingham of this caliber are hard to find and this is demonstrated by the huge demand of diners wanting to eat at Crème. Booking in advance is certainly advisable to avoid disappointment. With main courses like the slow braised blade of beef in a rich red wine jus and served with mash potato or the succulent grilled whole lemon sole served with chilled caper and dill hollandaise and chunky chips, it’s not hard to see why.

There are several special 3-course meals for lunch, dinner or a larger party option. Offering a slightly scaled down version of the a la carte menu there are plenty of dishes to tempt everyone. It is essential to keep room for dessert as you wouldn’t want to miss out traditional sticky toffee pudding with rich toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream, or the comforting warm apple toffee crumble tart with crème anglaise. Diners are spoilt for choice with this exciting and innovative menu, which still embraces many traditional elements of British cuisine.

Enjoying Sunday lunch at one of the many restaurants in Nottingham is a real treat for many diners. At Crème Restaurant there is a special Sunday lunch menu, which does change weekly. With a choice of 1,2 or 3 courses it’s the ideal way to spend a chilled-out Sunday afternoon. Begin the meal with a ploughman’s starter so you can indulge in a mini pork pie slice, sliced ham, mature cheddar, gherkin, pickled onions, celery, cherry tomato and apple wedge served alongside red onion chutney, spiced tomato and pickle and crusty bread. There are of course traditional roasts to follow like roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, roast leg of lamb and roast loin of pork. However there is also more unusual fayre in the form of pan roast Nile perch with a fresh and zingy lemon crème fraiche. Finish with a soothing warm chocolate and hazelnut brownie with mint ice cream. Once you’ve sampled the exquisite food at Crème Restaurant in Nottingham you will soon see why this is the top restaurant in the county!