Anyone living or working in West Bridgford will be no stranger to Trent Bridge Cricket Ground as it gets very busy when test matches are on. It was first used as a cricket ground in the 1830's, although it wasn't until 1841 that the ground was actually opened by William Clarke, husband of the landlady of Trent Bridge Inn. Since then, the grounds have become world-famous, and it is considered to be one of the best places to watch cricket. Despite this, it is not content with being a cricket ground, as it also hosts a number of other sports including football and bowling, albeit to a much lesser degree. If you are heading to Trent Bridge then you'll be pleased to know that it is easy to get to. It's got frequent bus links both coming from Nottingham City Centre and heading further out too. For fans of cricket, or partners and family members who are being dragged to a match, there are plenty of restaurants near Trent Bridge Cricket Ground so if you wish to, you can really make a day of it. West Bridgford is one of the liveliest areas outside of Nottingham city Centre and the places to eat truly reflect that. Just a short walk away is Slumdog Indian Kitchen and Bar, a delicious and authentic taste of India in stunning surroundings. Another restaurant close to Trent Bridge Cricket Ground is the effortlessly cool Fire and Ice, which is known for its rustic wood-fired pizza and big selection of cocktails, perfect for a meal as well as a night out. If you're after something a little oriental then The Orchid will definitely tick all the boxes – a relaxed environment alongside the freshest ingredients and succulent flavours that Cantonese food offers. Whichever you opt for, the list above will have something you like the look of and we've ranked the restaurants nearby Trent Bridge Cricket Ground by distance too, so you won't have to walk too far!