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Great news: Petit Paris will reopen from the 17th of May. The team will also continue to offer their home delivery service.
The French recipe for dining out is very simple: great food, great wine and great value – exactly what is perfectly demonstrated at Petit Paris. Established in 1995, this charming and Parisienne-style restaurant is a child-friendly, family-run business, led by Gordon Ramsay-trained executive head chef James Crossman. Here, passionate staff and an experienced sommelier provide a menu and wine list that are must-tries in Nottingham. Petit Paris is located in the city centre on Upper Parliament Street, at the bottom of Kings Walk. It’s a fantastic French restaurant that also takes influence from other modern European cuisines, with wines sourced from some of the best regions in the world. Bon appetit!
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Please be aware that tables booked between 5:15 - 6:30pm are available until 7:30pm only. To enquire about a lengthier booking, please contact the restaurant directly.
Petit Paris has a number of different dining rooms inside its King’s Walk restaurant, each of which is decorated and furnished differently to its neighbour, but all of which give off a definite, rustic, almost vintage sense of France. This Nottingham restaurant really does get things right in terms of providing the perfect, relaxing yet stimulating environment to ensure the right amount of focus is placed on the food coming out of the kitchen. Petit Paris is casual yet certainly sophisticated enough to be an option for whatever the occasion might be, and it’s all of this that make it an extremely popular Hockley spot.
French food is sometimes overlooked in Nottingham and indeed all over the UK, but with menus as good as those at Petit Paris, frankly, we can’t understand why. Quality over quantity is the Petit Paris approach, so from the a la carte consider starting with soft goats cheese crostini with chicory and clementine, or chargrilled wood pigeon breast, served pink with a blood orange and pomegranate salad. For your main, we’d recommend the confit duck leg with a spring onion and potato croquette and plum sauce, as well as the slow-roasted pork ribeye with gratin dauphinoise, spring cabbage and blue cheese sauce. Lastly, there’s a variety of homemade desserts to round off what we’re sure will be a very enjoyable meal at Hockley’s Petit Paris.