Archies Restaurant

Archies Restaurant

  • British

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We say…

Unfortunately Archie's Restaurant closed down on the 4th September 2010.

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Archie's
is a beautiful restaurant located close to the canal in the Sandiacre area of Nottingham. Sophisticatedly blending rustic charm with contemporary chic, Archies is a modern yet cosy restaurant with a unique atmosphere.

The creative kitchen team have created an innovative menu of traditional and contemporary British dishes, crafted using the finest of fresh, local ingredients. As well as staple favourites, the menu also changes regularly to ensure a tantalizing level of variety to the dining experience. To accompany your meal Archie's also offer an astounding variety of the finest beer and wine, as well as an impressive range of spirits, mixers and speciality coffees.

So to eat, drink, relax enjoy, think Archie's Restaurant for fine contemporary dining with a difference.

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Unfortunately Archie's Restaurant closed down on the 4th September 2010.

Review summary

10.0 based on 3 reviews
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Reviews (3)

  • Paul Wyatt

    Overall:

    Fantastic Food, Great service, lovely atmosphere - We will be there again soon!

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  • Rachel Rose

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    The food was superb, we couldn't fault a thing, so tasty and the presentation was excellent. The service was friendly and overall we had a lovely evening. Thank you.

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  • AR

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    I took my girlfriend down to Archie's for a Sunday lunch after looking at the menu, which we both felt was good value and offered plenty of delicious sounding dishes. We had a great meal - it was one of the occasions were we left looking forward to coming back! I had salmon roulade with cucumber noodles and lemon crème fraiche - it was very tasty and refreshing - ideal as a starter. The presentation of all dishes was excellent, right down to plates and cutlery (The neatly presented roulades for example were served on a very attractive thin black slate). My girlfriend had a pork and chicken terrine, which was quite simply the best terrine we have ever had. There were nice big chunks of meat in the terrine and there was a delicious but light jelly binding the meat with a lovely wafer thin Parma ham encasing everything served with delicious onion chutney - if you go you must try it! For mains I had the sirloin of beef which was still slightly pink which came with the usual trimmings and a generous portion of seasonal vegetables. My girlfriend had pork with two sticks of crackling and mash and apple sauce etc. My beef main course was just the ticket for a Sunday lunch and the pork was nice too although I think the skin was marginally overdone. For dessert we shared a passion fruit crème brulee with shortbread. The brulee was a perfect way to end the meal although we couldn't quite finish our shortbread. House wine was also very good and we’re going to visit again soon!

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