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A true taste of the Mediterranean on Heathcoat Street, The Tapastry is the ultimate location for – you may have already guessed it – tapas. This is one Hockley establishment you don’t want to miss out on. Serving the freshest Spanish dishes that Nottingham has seen in recent years, this restaurant is huge with the city’s amateur food critics and those looking for a bit of sunshine on cloudy days.
The restaurant has a very chilled and relaxed atmosphere, the staff were all very friendly and the food was fantastic. This place is a hidden gem.
Excellent food and very good waitress, very friendly and professional. Great value for money. Will definitely go again. Only thing lacking was atmosphere as we ate early before a later arrangement.
Excellent food great service although the restaurant was busy on a Saturday night we were served quickly and we didn't have to wait long for the food The food was excellent delicious to eat and good sized portions Would definitely recommend 😊
One of Nottingham’s most popular restaurants, The Tapastry on Hockley’s Heathcoat Street is serving up the city’s freshest tapas, finest wines and hearty Spanish-inspired mains. Bright, airy and clean, the restaurant is refreshingly laidback, providing the perfect environment for studying or reading – there’s even free Wifi and a 10% discount for local university students from Tuesday to Friday from 12 pm to 3 pm – and for relaxing with friends.
The Tapestry in Nottingham’s Hockley recommends that diners take one tapas dish for a starter and three for a main, or simply to mix and match the tapas with bigger courses like paella or those from the Specials Board. Vegetarians have it made here, with an array of options including patatas bravas, empanadillas, aubergine tumbet, and stuffed cherry tomatoes. Meatheads can get on board with tapas like the belly pork, apple and morcilla, the chorizo and judion beans and the Serrano croquettes. And of course, you can’t go wrong with a big plate of chicken, chorizo and pork paella when serious hunger pangs strike. Because The Tapastry is open just five days a week, reserving ahead is advised.