What's on the menu at Clocktower dining?
Published on 17/02/2019

Five restaurants have opened around intu Victoria Centre’s iconic Clocktower, with more to follow in the New Year. Shoppers can now dine out until late at eateries that are all new names to Nottingham.

The restaurants include Joes Kitchen, home to good honest homestyle cuisine from bangers and mash to chilli – a real crowd pleaser.

For those craving a hearty burger, fries and a ‘shake, Ed’s Easy Diner is also open next door to Joes on the upper mall. The American-style diner is popular with couples, families and groups of friends.

Tortilla is perfect for diners who are on the go, as your tasty meal of meat, veg, rice and beans is wrapped up in a soft tortilla and your own tailored addition of salsas, guacamole, sour cream and cheese.

It’s all about fresh flavour at Thaikhun. This new restaurant serves up authentic, fabulous and fragrant Thai food in great surroundings.

If it’s a rustic burger stack you’re after, Handmade burger has everything you need, topped off with an array of delicious options from bacon to barbeque sauce.

Coming soon, Coast to Coast will be firing up the grill and dishing out steaks, sizzling fajitas and pizzas – all washed down with a scrumptious cocktail or two.

We’ll have more great restaurants to announce throughout 2016 as Clocktower dining continues to open.

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