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While Nottingham has some great restaurants and bars in the city centre, there is something to be said for grabbing a great burger at from a street vendor. Several of the best restaurants in town have started their venues as street food stalls before venturing into venues.
However, with so many great options for grabbing some grub, it can be hard to know where to go for street food options. Here is our list of the best places to get your hands on some truly unique menus.
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Victoria Market / Sneinton Market
Street Food Club is one of the original and best places to grab some grub from up-and-coming chefs. There are several different locations which means you have a choice over which location works best for you but the Victoria Market is where it all began. Some of the other locations are only on certain days so it's worth checking the opening times before you head down.
The traders here work on a rotating basis so you may find everything completely different with each visit. Our favourites include Prad Thai, Hip Hop Food Shop and Stackd Burger Company. The conveniently placed bar also makes it very hard to resist the temptation to pick up a pint with your lunch.
Sneinton Market
Bustler is the newest street food market to set up shop in Nottingham. It's the second location for the Derby-based team and it brings together some of the very best in Midlands traders.
The market has so far included Prad Thai, Yardbirds chicken and Elcapos Pizza. Traders will change weekly here so expect different menus to sample each time you visit. New traders for October will include Secret Burger Club, Dirty Chicken and Flats Doughnuts.
Chilwell, Beeston
Beeston has become a hot spot for great restaurants and a cracking drinking trail over the past few years. The Garage at Chilwell is a well-established space to start your evening if you are looking for something a bit different.
The team holds regular street food smoke-ups as well as theme nights such as Bavarian ruin bars. The different events are held on certain dates so it is worth looking into what's on before you go. However, the food on offer never disappoints with traders ranging from Squeaky Beaver Poutine, Cape Lekker, The Gin hare and Momma's Soul Food Kitchen.
Sneinton
Sneinton market is a great place to grab lunch or an early morning coffee at the weekends. The market is only held on certain days so a quick google is mandatory before you head down to Sneinton. The market also offers gift options, second-hand bicycles and coffee vans where you can pick up a quick coffee.
While there are many different vendors offering street food at the market, it's worth checking out Abeyo Ethiopian cuisine for something different and The Bake Club. Vendors can change with each market so there are plenty of different options available.
Sherwood United Reformed Church, 1 Edwards Lane, Sherwood, Nottingham
The Sherwood Vegan market isn't just for those following a plant-based diet. The extensive vegan event has a huge foodie fan base who visit for the chance to grab a tasty lunch. The market is held on the second Saturday of the month from 10:30am until 2pm.
Highlights of the market include Bake Off and Pie for their incredible baked goods as well as Bear and Bee Sweet Company. There are also plenty of handmade gifts to be bought at the market so you could potentially find that special stocking filler for someone special.
Goldsmith Street
Umai is a treasure trove of food beside the Theatre Royal and it can be easy to miss the street food section hidden away at the back of the building. The food is a collection of dishes from the South East Asia region with loads of options to choose from including Hong Kong, China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and Vietnam.
Fans of rice bowls, noodle dishes and dumplings will be in luck with this extensive menu which is also available through Deliveroo. The menu also includes okonomiyaki which is popular street food in Japan. It is a savoury version of a Japanese pancake.
Unit 9, Robin Hood Industrial Estate, Alfred St S
Burgers are the original street food in our eyes and Liquid Light Brewery offers one of the best in the city. Mocky D vegan burgers joined the brewery earlier this year bringing their distinctive van to a permanent stop at the bar.
It's not all about the burgers, however, as the menu offers mouthwatering kebabs and their popular Sunday roasts. Occasionally, you can find limited edition items such as hot dogs which are always worth an order or two.
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