Nottingham Trent University’s city campus is the biggest campus when compared to Clifton and Brackenhurst, which are further out and hold a much smaller capacity of students. It is also an open site, meaning that the general public are able to wander around if they want to. As well as a Student Union shop, and art shop and a huge library, there are also a big range of different institutions. These include School of Social Sciences, School of Art and Design, School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, Business School and Law School, so it’s really no surprise that the campus is usually buzzing with students during term-time. This friendly atmosphere is part of the reason Trent has such a strong reputation as being sociable and welcoming.
One of the best things about the location is that there are many restaurants near to Nottingham Trent University. Just a short walk into town means that hungry students (and staff!) have a huge amount of choice mere minutes away. To make things even easier, the Tram link from the University stop which is just round the corner from Boots Library goes directly to Royal Centre which has restaurants almost as soon as the tram doors open! The nearest restaurant to Nottingham Trent University is Mogal-E-Azam, and Indian restaurant which is at the back of the Royal Theatre. Just a little bit further is the Cornerhouse which is home to many restaurants. These include Bella Italia and Chiquito, as well as a Prezzo across the road. If none of those are what you fancy, then we’ve also included a list which has the nearest restaurants to Nottingham Trent University within a fifteen mile radius so you’re sure to find something you like. Whether you’re a student, staff, or just a member of the public passing through, you will surely find a restaurant you want to visit.