Be in for a treat at the Corinthian Restaurant

Corinthian Restaurant

Only a stone’s throw from Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall Nottingham and opposite Nottingham Trent University, Corinthian Restaurant is a superb restaurant which opened at the beginning of the year, offering its customers divine food from the a la carte, pre-theatre and afternoon tea menu. 

How long has The Corinthian Restaurant been open? We have been open since the beginning of the year.

Visit the Corinthian Restaurant, opposite Nottingham Trent University.

Visit the Corinthian Restaurant, opposite Nottingham Trent University.

Do customers have to make a reservation, or can they just turn up? Customers can just turn up or make a reservation. We regularly run offers on Go dine, Open Table and many more – so it is always worth checking on there too.

Our opening hours are…
Monday – Saturday
Lunch 12noon – 2:30pm
Dinner 5pm – 9pm

From a pre-theatre meal, afternoon tea and fine dining, what can customers expect when dining with you? Expect classical dishes, but with a modern British take. A typical main course might be brill and mussels, belly pork, 10oz rib eye steak or chicken wings stuffed with black pudding. We also do afternoon tea with fizz for those who have something special to celebrate, and a pre-theatre menu starting from just £12.50 for 3 courses. It’s also good to know that we can cater for events too. . . from weddings to 80th birthday parties etc.

Do you include any local produce within your meals? Yes we do! We use the chefs own honey as he is a bee keeper and we also get supplies from Maxey’s Farm Shop, Bob Green, Price and Fretwell and many more.

Do you have a favourite meal on the menu? Brill and mussel off the À la carte is by far one of my favourites!

Does your menu rotate, offering customers a variety of meals throughout the seasons? Yes, we do! We change the pre-theatre menu weekly and the a la carte alternates with changing season of food.

Is there still time for customers to book in and enjoy a meal from your Christmas menu? Of course – customers can walk-in or book should they wish to dine with us for Christmas.

Delicious food at the Corinthian Restaurant

Delicious food at the Corinthian Restaurant

For more information visit Corinthian Restaurant’s website, or call 0115 985 3992.

Posted on 17 December 2014
Featured author: Carly Jones PR Assistant

Chocolate and animal lover, who has landed lucky in a job I love! #lovenotts

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