Within the area of Nottinghamshire known as Greater Nottingham you will find the market town of Arnold. Only home to a market since 1968, Arnold town centre is now to home a diverse range of restaurants and bars as well as a number of small independent businesses.
Areas within Arnold include Daybrook, Woodthorpe, Redhill and Killisick. The most notable building in the town is the Home Brewery building located on Sir John Robinson Way, opposite the Sainsbury’s superstore. Because of the towns previous links to brewing there are, of course, a fantastic number of traditional pubs and ale houses offering locally brewed ales but this doesn’t mean that you should bypass the fantastic restaurants in the town.
Arnold provides a fantastic alternative to dining in the city centre but if you’re not familiar with the area, finding the perfect place to eat can seem tricky. On this page we have selected some of the best restaurants in Arnold and collected them on one page. From here you can arrange the restaurants by name, cuisine type, price or even diner rating to help find the restaurant that’s right for you. Simply click on the name of the restaurant you like the look of to be taken to their profile which is complete with photos, menus and real diner reviews as well as opening hours, contact details and their address. Once you’ve made your decision you can even book online for free and we’ll send you text message or email confirmation along with a reminder message about your booking 24 hours before you’re due to dine.
After your meal, don’t forget to log back in to your Go dine account and leave a review as you’ll earn reward points which add up to a free meal at one of the fantastic restaurants in Nottingham.
With the city centre just ten minutes away, the restaurants in Arnold are ideal if you are looking to enjoy a more relaxed dining experience. If you fancy having a general browse of what Nottingham has to offer, why not have a look at our collection of restaurants in Nottingham which range from Michelin-listed to gastropub and AA rosette awarded to bistro-style dining.
Did you know? Arnold was once a centre for the framework knitting industry in the 19th century and it was the site of the framebreaking incidents of the Luddite riots.