Review Summary

7 based on 1 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    Good for steaks and perfect for those looking for a meal in the centre of Nottingham as it's smack in the middle of town.

Mon:
11.30am - 10:30pm
Tue:
11.30am - 10:30pm
Wed:
11.30am - 10:30pm
Thu:
11.30am - 10:30pm
Fri:
11.30am - 11pm
Sat:
11.30am - 11pm
Sun:
11.30am - 10:30pm
  • Ranked #164 of 482
  • Avg. main course: £12
  • 0.31 miles from Nottingham
  • American

We say…

TGI Friday’s Nottingham is located right next to the Cornerhouse complex in the heart of Nottingham city centre. It is directly opposite the Royal Centre and is only three or four minutes’ walk from the hub of Nottingham’s nightlife that scatters itself across the Market Square. Being housed within the Cornerhouse means that it is the perfect place to stop in for a bite to eat pre or post-cinema or casino.

TGI Friday’s is part of a chain of American style diner restaurants offering a taste of Friday exuberance every day of the week. It  is renowned for serving up big American classics to hungry diners. Every restaurant is packed with a host of quirky items, each of which reflects a part of the TGI’s mantra. There is a huge mars bar in every restaurant which reflects fun, a circus elephant for balance, an Abe Lincoln plaque for integrity, a huge pair of spectacles for recognition and a silver trophy for excellence. The décor also features a lot of red and white candy stripe, featured in the Barnum and Bailey’s circus which reflects the fun atmosphere of the restaurant. TGI’s has no problem catering for parties of any size, which a variety of seating options from smaller booths to long tables.

On the menu you will find a delicious array of American classics and almost everything comes with TGI’s signature Jack Daniels BBQ sauce, a sweet, tangy BBQ sauce perfect for chip dipping. Must try items include the Steak, Ribs and Shrimp grill combo; a mammoth portion of surf and turf served with onion rings and fries, Black and Blue Prime Choice burger featuring a Cajun-spiced 7oz Aberdeen Angus burger topped with tangy, crumbly Bleu cheese and onion rings and served with a side of creamy Bleu cheese dip and the Loaded Potato skins stuffed with cheese, crispy bacon and sour cream. The skins have been on the menu since 1974 and they remain one of the restaurants most popular dishes to date.

The venue can occasionally get rather loud and is therefore more suited to larger parties and celebrations but couples are still catered for and can be seated in a more intimate area of the restaurant.





last updated: 16 Oct 2019
Unit G3, The Corner House, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4DB
0344 692 0297