We love to shout about our newest members to the Go dine family and today we’d like to take a couple of minutes to introduce you to the latest addition to the Nottingham branch of our family tree; Adams Restaurant and Brasserie.
The Adams Building on Stoney Street in the Lace Market is one of the most impressive, and largest, examples of a Victorian lace factory in Nottingham. Built in 1855, the building was named after its owner Thomas Adams and has been lovingly restored to become a part of the city campus of New College Nottingham. In 2002, NCN was awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education for playing a major role in the regeneration and re-use of a derelict heritage building.
The Adams Building is now home to Adams Restaurant and Brasserie which is run by students who are enrolled on the various catering and hospitality courses available at the college. Every member of staff excluding management and executive chefs are all students who are keen, enthusiastic and are currently paving the way for the next generation of culinary geniuses.
The menus change on a daily basis which allows the students to continuously practise new cooking techniques, flavour balances and skills. In addition to this, they also host regular themed nights including Italian, classic French, Thai and Indian which are fantastic opportunities for them to get hands-on experience creating these stunning national cuisines as well as a great chance for you, the diner, to enjoy expertly put together plates of food for incredibly value for money!
To read more about the restaurant, simply follow the link to Adams Brasserie Nottingham to view sample menus, photos and offers. If you’re looking for similar restaurants, why not have a browse of our collection of restaurants in the Lace Market or European restaurants in Nottingham.