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Curious Manor

City Centre · European, British · ££££
318 Reviews

About Curious Manor

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Take a trip to this quirky Nottingham eatery and you’ll easily feel like you’ve fallen down the rabbit hole and into wonderland. Spread out over two floors, Curious Manor provides a real of escapism and fantasy, indulge in some cocktails, afternoon tea or dinner surrounded by all sorts of curiosities, from whimsical vintage-style decor to a hanging alligator and life size tree. You’ll find Curious Manor located on Trinity Square in the City Centre – book now for an unforgettable dining experience.

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Curious Manor
1 Trinity Square, City Centre
Nottingham NG1 4AF

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 1:00 am
10:00 am - 1:00 am
10:00 am - 1:00 am
10:00 am - 1:00 am
10:00 am - 1:00 am
10:00 am - 1:00 am
10:00 am - 1:00 am
9:00 am - 1:00 am

Chef's Choice


Small Plates

Patatas Bravas


Gypsy Egg

Fried egg, peperonata chorizo, peas

Salt & Pepper Squid

with garlic aioli


Johnny's Sherwood

Cured bacon chop glazed with mustard, maple syrup, fried egg and pineapple pickle

8oz Sirloin


10oz Rib Eye




Goats cheese, roasted butternut squash, red onion chutney, wild rocket


Smoked salmon, rocket, olives, egg and spinach


Pulled pork, curious bbq sauce, jalapeno, mozzarella

Further Information

Alice once said that if she had a world of her own everything would be nonsense, and we can’t help but wonder if she was the interior designer behind this stylish Nottingham City Centre venue. On the ground floor at Curious Manor you’ll find The Scullery, decked out with copper pots and pans and a washing line, while the first floor takes the form of a manor house, split into different rooms. Whether its for some drinks, brunch, lunch or or dinner, Curious Manor provides a special location, drawing in crowds from all over Newcastle and further afield. Cure your hangover with the Hangover Hash (chorizo, pepperonata, hash brown, fried egg and mozzarella), share some small plates with friends, chow down on a juicy burger or steak, or feast on some pizza or a larger dish like the mac n cheese or salmon fillet – there’s something to suit all tastes and occasions at Curious Manor.

Or, for the full Alice in Wonderland experience, head over for a spot of afternoon tea. We recommend the Tipsy Tea (a traditional afternoon tea served with a cocktail of your choice) and chocoholics will love the Chocola-tea (finger sandwiches, chocolate chip scone with nutella and clotted cream, chocolate brownie with salted caramel sauce, chocolate cake and a selection of chocolates served with tea or coffee). As one of Nottingham’s most unique venues, Curious Manor on Trinity Square in the City Centre can get busy. Snag the perfect seat by making a reservation in advance!

318 Curious Manor Reviews

Lucy M.16 days ago · 1 review

Had the best time, the food was delicious and the service was quick and efficient. Had the moules frites and it was really good! Thankyou

Adele C.16 days ago · 1 review

Great setting and atmosphere with friendly staff lovely food and fantastic cocktails. Can recommend for a special occasion or when you want to treat yourself.

Caroline L.22 days ago · 1 review

What an absolutely lovely place, lovely friendly staff, great food and great service. Well worth a visit. Would definitely recommend to friends and family 🙂

Mark S.a month ago · 1 review

Excellent food and a warm welcome. I would recommend it to anyone who like things a little quercky. Will definitely go there again x x

Sophie C.2 years ago · 1 review

I love the Curious Manor! Having only been before in the daytime (highly recommended) my friend and I went for dinner. It was FAB. So pretty with all the lights and gives the super interiors another dimension. Food was excellent, staff could not be friendlier or more helpful and the caramel cheesecake was to die for!! Please visit the Curious Manor - you will not regret it!

Luke S.3 months ago · 1 review

Great food. However when the waitress showed us to our table, the seats wetent suitable for people with back problems. We asked if we could move.. the waitress initially thought it would be difficult but checked and escorted us to a table which was squeezed tightly in a cornet. I had to move the other table and seats to be able to sit comfortably. I asked if we could sit over looking the window and was informed that we couldnt despite no one sitting there during our visit. One of my guests asked if they could do a cream tea but with alternative cream. The waitress checked with the chef and apparently that was not an option. The music was too loud for us to have a conversation with each other. Again when asked if they could turn it down it was a polite no. As much as we enjoyed the food.. we will probably choose other venues. The staff were as polite as they could be. So i dont blame them for the things that happened. Just the procedures that are in place seem awkward.

Zoe S.10 months ago · 1 review

The setting of Curios Manor is very quirky and therefore makes for a very unusual but pleasant atmosphere for a meal out. I went with my boyfriend on a Saturday night and my only criticism would be that by the time we were shown to our table at 20:30, the music was very loud and set up more for people coming in just for drinks rather than those dining. The food itself was great: my boyfriend and I shared a few starters tapas style and both had burgers for mains and I couldn't fault the food at all. The only problem was that by the time we were ready to order pudding (~22:00), we were told that we could only have items in the main fridge as the kitchens were no longer serving. While we both enjoyed our puddings, there were only a few options to choose from which is a shame because the pudding selection on the menu did look very good. Overall I couldn't fault the food, drinks or cocktails but if you are looking for a proper dining experience, it would probably be best to go reasonably early in the evening and maybe avoid the weekend as well.

Joanne K.a year ago · 1 review

Although the food and general atmosphere was great, my sister and I found our table to 2 to be rather cramped with a large candle, vase of flowers, menus etc taking up a lot of the limited space. We ordered just olives for a starter but were served bread as well. When we told the waitress that we hadn't ordered it, she did apologise and promised it would be removed from the bill - which it wasn't. The most disappointing part of our visit was the lack of good old-fashioned plates. Although our food looked very pretty served on a narrow wooden slab, the novelty of rummage in a mini bucket for our fries, extracting coleslaw from a tiny jar, and trying to negotiate a very tall burger with no room to actually cut up our food or use cutlery soon wore off. These serving methods clearly make things difficult for the waiting staff too. When attempting to clear our table, the waitress dropped a steak knife on my sister as it fell off the tiny wooden slab and also knocked food onto her suede shoes (which now appear to be stained), and sent a jar of coleslaw onto my dress and bag. Quite embarrassing for everyone involved.

Kayleigh B.a year ago · 2 reviews

Lovely place and they provided us with the table we requested (under the tree) however we had to be moved after 10mins as they forgot to tell us we weren't allowed to eat there. We had to be moved to the restaurant part. The food was lovely, but they brought everything out at once so by time I reached my main, it was a little too cold! Also, every time a plate/glass was empty on our table, a waitress would come over and ask if it was done with. We understand they want to clear up fast as they go, but we just kept being interrupted every 10mins and it started to feel a little awkward.

Helen B.16 days ago · 1 review

The afternoon tea was very nice, plenty of choice and tasty. We did encounter a couple of problems however, even though we had specified when we booked and again in person the day before that we had a lady in a wheelchair they wanted to put us in a booth which was not accessible for her. The waitress soon changed us round but had to move a couple of things so we could get to our table. With the downstairs bar being closed it was quite a high step to get her up and down and not a lot of room for manoeuvre. Apart from those couple of little gripes that were soon dealt with the experience as a whole was wonderful, the staff were attentive and dealt with everything efficiently and our afternoon tea was exactly what we wanted.

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