Despite their incredibly close proximity to each other, Hockley and the Lace Market are two very distinct areas of Nottingham city centre. Hockley stretches from Lower Parliament Street across to Thurland Street and incorporates Goosegate and Broad Street too.
Hockley is renowned for being the creative hotbed of Nottingham city centre and is home to the Broadway Cinema as well as boasting a number of trendy bars, cool hangouts and some of the city’s most popular fashion houses. In amongst the vintage shops and quaint tea houses that line the cobbled streets there are also many note-worthy restaurants that are popular with everyone from theatre-goers, business men and women, locals, students and visitors to the area alike. However, if you spend little time in Hockley, unearthing these culinary gems can seem like a mission impossible but not if you use Go dine – your local restaurant guide.
On this page you will find a collection of the finest restaurants in Hockley that offer cuisines from authentic Malaysian to Greek and everything in between. From here you can arrange the restaurants by name, cuisine type, price or even rating to find the restaurant that’s right for you. Click on a restaurants name to be taken to their profile where you can views photos and menus and read real diner reviews that reflect their experience at that venue. Once you’ve found a venue that suits your needs you can book online for free, we’ll even send you text message or email confirmation, or you can call the restaurant direct on the number on their page.
Hockley restaurants offer some of the most diverse cuisines in Nottingham city centre so if you are looking for an exceptional meal, you know what direction you need to head in. If you feel like seeing what else is on offer, why not browse our restaurants in the Lace Market or restaurants in Nottingham city centre to see Nottingham’s restaurant scene at its very best.
Did you know? The auditorium at the Broadway Cinema was desgined by Sir Paul Smith!