Home to Robin Hood, Sherwood used to cover the whole of Nottingham but has now been separated into a series of country parks and nature reserves. Sherwood itself is also now largely a residential area that nestles between Carrington, Mapperley and Bestwood. With such a high concentration of people in the area, it is no surprise that the main high street boasts a fantastic selection of local amenities, pubs, cafes and places to eat.
From Indian to Chinese and French to Greek, Sherwood may be small but its culinary offerings are mighty. If you’re not familiar with the area then you may find yourself going round in circles to try and find the best place to eat but that will be a thing of the past now thanks to Go dine – your local restaurant guide.
Go dine have collected a selection of the best restaurants in Sherwood in one central location for you to browse at your pleasure. Don’t spend unnecessary amounts of time hunting the internet for restaurants in Sherwood, just come direct to Go dine where you’ll find the best Sherwood restaurants complete with photos, menus, real diner reviews, contact details and all of the currently available special offers. To help make your decision easier, you can browse the restaurants by name, by price or diner rating. Once you’ve found a venue with a menu that catches your eye you can even book online for free and receive email or text message confirmation, or call the restaurant direct on the number at the top of their page.
If you fancy escaping the hustle and bustle of the city centre for the evening but don’t fancy having to drive for miles – Sherwood is the place for you. With several pubs and restaurants, it offers all of the convenience of the city centre at a slightly slower pace of life.
Did you know? The legendary hideout of Robin Hood and his merry men, The Major Oak, still stands proud in Sherwood Forest to this date.