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French Living – Nottingham

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A family owned brasserie in a French provincial town…Nottingham!  ‘Nottingham’s  delicious Gallic haven’ has been operating since 1994.  It’s a thriving, bustling  restaurant  on two floors, with a ground floor dining area for up to 40 customers with a Deli corner, and a large basement room which boasts a surprisingly tall ceiling, and seats up to 44 diners. Our dishes are typical of a French bistro; simple, classic recipes, all home-made from fresh ingredients. We serve meals that make the French  feel at home, and the British remember their holidays. This is because our chefs and waiters are French, and we operate as if we were in France. Authenticity, combined with a desire to share the French culture and pass on our knowledge, makes us unique, and ensures our loyal, discerning customers keep coming back for more.

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5 comments on “French Living – Nottingham

  1. Been meaning to write to say I enjoyed meeting you and dining there around five weeks ago. I did promise to return when I was next in Nottingham but I’ve decided not to work with the Nottingham company after all and I’m back with my previous company in Bristol. For purposes of identification, I’m the guy who knows Escargot Bleu in Broughton Street Edinburgh. I enjoyed my meal – especially the smoked duck starter – and I’ve written an honest and I hope encouraging review on TripAdviser. Hope all goes well for you! If ever I’m back in Nottingham etc… À tout à l’heure…! Ian

  2. Yet another fabulous evening at my favourite Nottingham eatery. An evening out pre-concert would not be the same. Merci Bien Francois, pardon nous depart avant notre merci a vous……….x

    • Thank you for your message. Running this business would not be the same without such kind words of appreciation. See you soon.

  3. We are always greeted, with a warm friendly smile. Your service is always helpful and efficient. We really enjoy your food. It is always a pleasure to visit your restaurant.

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