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School Dinners

Tom Brown’s Brasserie

Tom Browns is set in a converted Victorian schoolhouse close by the River Trent a few miles from the city of Nottingham and close by the main A46 over Gunthorpe Bridge.

The surroundings are smart without being stiffly formal and the eating area is set on three levels. The staff are young, well-trained, courteous and attentive. The food is superior and imaginative and whilst the prices can be expensive most nights of the week have an ‘Early Bird’ deal, sometimes running all night where two or three courses can be ordered at a reasonable price.

Tom Brownes is set in the popular riverside setting of Gunthorpe between two pubs, The Anchor and The Unicorn. Two minutes from the restaurant are attractive riverside walks from the picturesque lock and weir. I can easily recommend Tom Browns as my favourite restaurant in Nottinghamshire.

September 21, 2007 - Posted by | Ripping Yarns | , ,

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