We always visit the Cumin when in Nottingham. Food is always excellent and service friendly in this family run restaurant.
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I came to this restaurant as it was highly recommended on TripAdvisor. However the curries in the end were lacking in spice , very bland , and relatively expensive at around £14 each. The sundries and starters were nice, and service was fine, but that...More
Enjoyed dinner here twice during recent Trent Bridge Test. Excellent food and friendly, efficient service.
Picked via Google Maps (in town for a much earlier wedding), we (3) felt we really lucked out at this restaurant. Elegant presentation of vey tasty food by friendly and helpful staff. Having all eaten much meat earlier in the day, we decided to choose...More
Trying to organise a group trip to Nottingham was made so much easier thanks to the wonderfully accommodating Sunny and his fantastic restaurant. The food was delicious and plentiful and the service was great. We never felt rushed and always had plenty of food and...More
This place came well recommended to me on a short visit to Nottingham. The Hardens stickers and other awards on the door look good and the food backed it up. Everything had a small authentic twist and a few interesting dishes. No raw chilli to...More
I go here whenever I'm in Nottingham (which is regrettably not as often as I'd like). The people (Sonny and his wife) are always very welcoming, and the food is exceptionally good. The flavours are so well balanced, and lamb is so tender that I...More
Unfortunately these days we don't get to visit Nottingham that often but every time we do, a visit to Cumin is always part of the trip. We've eaten in many indian restaurants but Cumin 's food is just so good and the Patiala Shahi Jingha...More
As a Coeliac I was very impressed with the attentiveness of the staff. The manager offered to fry my pakora in separate oil. All starters were excellent and the lamb dishes were tender and full of well balanced flavours and spices. Highly recommended.