The Larder on Goosegate

The Larder on Goosegate


0.5 miles
16-22 Goosegate, Hockley, Nottingham, NG1 1SS
Take a trip into vibrant Hockley and you'll discover The Larder on Goosegate. Situated in a grade-II-listed building a stone's throw away from the Broadway Cinema, The Larder fits right into the chic yet informal neighbourhood feel. It seems that owners Ewan and Kate McFarlane are experts at making opposites attract - the restaurant somehow manages to be both elegant and laid-back, while the food they serve is a mix of both modern and traditional. They believe in using only the best local, independent producers who have a real passion for their goods, and they travel further afield for ingredients only if it is absolutely necessary. Their menus, therefore, are heavily dictated by the seasons and can change on a daily basis. Expect to find starters like beetroot, spring onion and goat's curd salad, and main courses like crisp belly pork with spring cabbage, smoked bacon and creamed parsnip. The dessert list includes treats like liquorice parfait with caramel sauce, and lemon posset with berries and shortbread. All food is prepared using traditional ingredients in a modern way and their commitment to using only the best produce is obvious. As stated on their website, 'the proof of the ethos is in the eating' - a phrase that the many happy diners who frequent the restaurant would certainly agree with.
+2The Larder on Goosegate
Opening Hours:
Sat:12pm-2.30pm, 6pm-10pm

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