Dear diners, please be aware that online reservations can only be made for dining, not drinks, and non-Quandoo vouchers are not accepted for bookings made online. Thank you.
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.
Please note that bookings made for December require a £5 deposit per head.
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!
From the minuit moment you walk in, your overwhelmed by its wonderful atmosphere. The staff are lovely. The food was great. Really worth a visit.
We went for afternoon tea with prosecco. Such good value for money. Everything was perfect. Nice sandwiches, sausages rolls and pork pie, scones and sweet treats. Can’t wait to go again.
Had excellent time,will definitely come back.All staff were lovely, great service. thanks. Lovely atmosphere, great place to be with family or friends for a night out.