For elegant, fine-dining Indian in the heart of Nottingham city centre, you can’t go past Singh’s on Market Street, who add oodles of Punjabi flair and contemporary intuition to well-loved Indian classics. You can enjoy this in style in their elegant dining room staffed by attentive waiters, but Singh’s convenient city centre and swift service also make it perfect for a quick pre-theatre meal, or for any other reason you should need fantastic curry in a hurry.
We used a Groupon for a 3 course meal. Firstly, the poppadoms and chutney are counted as a first course. The chutney had no lime pickle - one contained simply chopped onion. This was disappointing to say the least. Also, we were told that we could not have the mushroom or special rice on the Groupon - both of these facts are not explicitly stated on the Groupon. Also, the 'two portion' single bowl of pelau rice was simply not enough. They also had no mango lassi. When we asked for the bill, we waited for ages for them to return with the card machine (the restaurant was not busy) and in the end went over to them ourselves. The main was good quality, but overall a little disappointing.
Excellent value for money, delicious authentic Indian cuisine in relaxed environment, service second to none, went for romantic evening and enjoyed every minute, waiting staff very attentive
Service and Food Excellent. Would recommend this restaurant to my family and friends and will definately be eating here again in the near future Thankyou
Singh’s combines the comfort of traditional Indian flavours with the experience of eating in a fine-dining restaurant. Located in the heart of Nottingham city centre on Market Street, a stone’s throw from the Theatre Royal and a two-minute walk from the Nottingham Playhouse, this is an established pre-show favourite among local theatre-goers. Gather your gang in Singh’s tastefully decorated dining room for shareable platters of succulent meat or fresh vegetables, served with tasty dips, or settle in for something a bit more substantial.
The experience and passion of Singh’s kitchen staff is evident in their varied and enticing dinner menus. Along with refined versions of Indian classics, Singh’s lets you discover some beautiful, lesser-known tastes from around the Subcontinent, even though you never leave Nottingham’s city centre. Try the rajastani gosht for a concoction of bright, spicy and earthy flavours around marinated lamb, branch out with a looknow ke nawab featuring kofta of mixed lamb and silky paneer cheese in a creamy sauce. With the amazing choices on offer, and its unbeatable Market Street location, the only thing you need to worry about at Singh’s is its popularity — be sure to book in advance.