Tucked away in the small town of Beeston, not far from The University of Nottingham and a short drive from the city centre, is Nimboo: an authentic Indian restaurant and bar. Already a firmly established favourite in Beeston, you must make sure you don't miss out on this hidden gem!
Nimboo's interior is contemporary and stylish, mixing modern influences with classic Indian design. Close to the centre of Beeston, its location makes it easy to reach, especially for students. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxing, a welcoming environment that will make for a very enjoyable visit whatever the occasion.
The menu hosts a whole range of authentic Indian cuisine, with fantastic vegetarian options throughout. Choose your starter of a stunning Aloo Tikki Chaat, mini crispy potato cakes, topped with yoghurt, tamarind and mint sauce. Or perhaps you may choose the Hariyali Murgh Tikka starter, Special chicken marinated in green paste made from green chili, coriander and spinach. There are a number of chef specialties on the menu too, including the wonderful Shahi Lamb, lamb cooked in a cashew nut based white sauce served with rice, baby naan and salad. Classic Indian dishes cooked to perfection are available, including Lamb Saag, Chicken Madras and the succulent Salmon Tikka Masala.
For larger groups and parties Nimboo serves a number of platters including a delicious vegetarian platter, a tasty mix of tikka paneer cheese, onion bhajis, spring rolls and vegetable samosas. Fish lovers choose the seafood platter, a medium heat mix of fish amritsari, calamari, tandoori king prawns and salmon tikka. A selection of authentic Indian breads are perfect for polishing off your meal. Choose from a traditional tandoori roti or a paratha stuffed with fresh mint. Also on the menu is a number of naan breads, from plain and butter to keema naan, stuffed with mince lamb, or a peshwari naan stuffed with a sweet filling.
A perfect place for authentic Indian cuisine, Nimboo Nottingham is a must-try place for any Indian food lovers seeking somewhere to eat around the university or the town of Beeston.