The Larder on Goosegate

1st Floor, 16-22 Goosegate, Hockley, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1FE
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Please note that due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Larder on Goosegate is closed until further notice. They are currently planning on looking at how their kitchens can be used to provide meals for delivery to healthcare workers, carers, the vulnerable and the elderly – please see their social media channels for the latest information.


Since opening in 2007, The Larder on Goosegate has earned a reputation as one of Nottingham's best independent restaurants and is listed in the Michelin, Harden's and Good Food Guides.

The cooking style is best described as British and European, with a daily changing menu based around excellent seasonal and local produce. The restaurant is housed in the beautiful Grade II listed building that once was home to Jesse Boot's first apothecary and many original architectural features remain.

Afternoon Tea is available on Friday and Saturday (booking essential) and on Sunday lunchtimes a traditional roast is served.

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Opening Times

The Larder on Goosegate (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)
Tuesday - Thursday17:30
Friday - Saturday12:00 - 14:30

* Opening times shown are for lunch and dinner service with the exception of Sunday which is open for lunch where the last sitting is 15:30.

Additional opening times are as follows:

Friday - Saturday afternoon tea 12:00 - 15:30

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