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Carlton Hill has its newest – and possibly smallest – food outlet

'Ideal after a few pints'


Carlton Hill appears to be ready to welcome it’s latest high street fast food outlet, ‘Nottingham Kitchen’.

New signage has appeared at the small outlet on front of the Garden for the Blind and opposite The Freeman pub.

Pictured: The 2m X 2.57m approx. Nottingham Kitchen (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)

A full price list and range of products can be seen on the front and side of the new outlet including burgers, nachos, kebabs, chips and milk shakes.

The building has a history including being a public toilet, a food outlet called ‘Twisted Takeout’ as well as being a flower shop over the years however the property has stood empty for quite a long period of time.

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Pictured: The new signage at Nottingham Kitchen (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)

The freehold commercial property, measuring approx. 2.57m X 2m was sold at auction for £25,000 in 2018 by John Pye Auctions with a guide price of £25,000 – £27,000. The advertised rental income prior to the sale in 2018 was £3600 per year as per the John Pye catalogue.

Full details of the property from the John Pye Auctions catalogue can be found HERE under Lot 10.

There are no details on when the unit will be open and the opening hours that will apply to the outlet however a comment on facebook suggest that it’ll be ‘ideal at the end of the night after several pints’.

Pictured: The range of food available at Nottingham Kitchen (PHOTO: Gedling Eye)

Nottingham Kitchen is the latest outlet to open on Carlton Hill following the recent openings of Juicey’s fruit and veg., Project Pies and the return of Carlton Hill Post Office in the new Premier outlet.

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  1. Shuld have set up shop in ARnold. Lots of people and tourists and would have done very well in Arnold. Our capital our London

  2. Way to many fast food / takeaways now.
    But gedling Borough Council ain’t bothered as long as they get there cut of money

  3. Tried burgers and they r super tasty . Worth a try. They have a secret sauce and that makes it really different. Good luck guys!!

    • Yea Nottingham Kitchen has got the best burgers in town. I tried chicken Tikka Masala and rice and beef Nachos as well .Food was super delicious and value for money.


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