Nottingham is not only highly renowned for its culture, shopping and tourist attractions; its restaurant scene is also regarded as one of the most varied ad exciting in the UK. Whether you are looking for an all you can eat buffet, Michelin star fine dining or hearty pub grub, you are sure to find a restaurant to suit your taste, budget and requirements. One of the most unusual cuisines on offer in the city is Polish.
This page offers a comprehensive index of Polish restaurants in Nottingham, researched for you by the team at Go dine and collected on one easy to use page. From here you can see all of the Polish restaurants in Nottingham as well as viewing photos, menus and diner reviews to help you make your decision. Once you’ve found a place you like, you can book online for free and take advantage of the fantastic offers online that mean you can enjoy your favourite food, at your favourite restaurant, for less.
Polish cuisine has been influenced by Eastern and Central European cuisines and therefore offers a combination of both German, Austrian and Hungarian foods and cooking methods. It is easily recognisable for its use of meat in almost every dish. It also incorporates a lot of winter vegetables such as cabbage and a hefty helping of spices to create hearty, warming dishes that will keep you full and satisfied for hours.
Can’t decide what to eat? Why not search for restaurants close to you instead; our Nottingham pages offer you the very best restaurants in Nottingham city centre as well as the surrounding areas such as Beeston and Arnold. If you fancy trying something new you can also explore the other cuisines on offer in Nottingham by using our cuisine pages. With Thai to British and everything in between, these pages could reacquaint you with an old favourite or introduce you to something new!
Did you know? The last Thursday before lent is referred to as 'Fat Thursday' and makes a priod of gluttony.