Worldwide dinning in Nottingham at Red Hot Buffet
By AdFeatures | Thursday, June 28, 2012, 09:30
Diners in Nottingham, much like in any big city, recognise that it’s hard to find a good place to eat out simply because there seems to be so many top-quality restaurants to choose from. It can be even more difficult if you’re struggling to find a restaurant which serves more than one type of cuisine, especially if you’re going with a partner, friend or with family members who all want different things. This is where a visit to Red Hot World Buffet can prove useful.
Finding cuisine from all four corners of the world might seem like a pipe dream, but at Red Hot World Buffet, you’ll find food cooked to authentic recipes from India, Thailand, Japan, China, Mexico and Italy, as well as some traditional British fare. Upon visiting, you’re faced with a huge choice of starters, mains and desserts which you can serve yourself once you’ve been seated.
Dining in Nottingham can be a great experience, whether you’re having a bite to eat near the Lace Market, in one of the trendy new bars facing the banks of the River Trent or in somewhere further away from the centre like Beeston or leafy, well-heeled West Bridgford. As a city where different cultures meet, you’re sure to find whatever you fancy or perhaps something you’ve never tried before. That’s the joy of dining in a big city.
Some may think that a buffet restaurant isn’t the best place to enjoy top quality cuisine. People who want to eat out may decide to visit somewhere which specialises in a certain nation or region’s food instead. There’s loads of restaurants in Milton Keynes, Nottingham and Beeston which focus solely on curry, sushi or British food, and they’re all great if you want a certain type of meal. However, if you want a menu with variety, you could do much, much worse than go to Red Hot World Buffet.
The buffet chain has seen appetite for its food grow significantly in all its restaurants, in particular its Manchester branch. Recently, Red Hot World Buffets restaurant in Manchester has opened a second floor to cope with demand. This is a sign that people know a bargain when they see one, and dining on cuisine from all four corners of the world for less than £10 a head represents great value, especially when times are tough for many people wanting to eat out.
Nottingham’s branch of Red Hot World Buffet, which first opened its doors to hungry customers from across the East Midlands in 2004, is similarly successful, and there are plans to open more restaurants across the UK, with the chain’s seven branches set to increase to 25 by 2015. They serve over 300 different dishes at different times of the day, catering to all palates.
Click here to book a visit to the Red Hot World Buffet restaurant here in Nottingham and experience the variety of worldwide cuisine they have on offer.