High Road Chilwell
We have a fully stocked cellar, offering draught beer, wine and spirits, along with real ale and a range of soft drinks for all non-drinkers and drivers.
Open from 12 noon
Lagan Indian Tapas Nottingham brings together two of the UK’s favourite cuisines together in perfect harmony on Chilwell High Road. Tucked away in Chilwell, this Indian restaurant is a local favourite, thanks to its marriage of spicy Indian pastries, kebabs and curries served tapas-style. Owner Suraj takes pride in offering exquisitely presented dishes put together by chefs who’ve spent years travelling India in search of new flavours. Savour grilled meats and fresh seafood served alongside delicately seasoned vegetable sides, or go big and order a whole thali just for you. Whatever you opt for, you’ll be in heaven at Lagan Indian Tapas.
We specialise in Arts & Crafts furniture and the 20th century design it inspired. We source items from around the country, restore them if necessary and have them on show at our shop in Chilwell. The stock is ever changing and also includes furniture from the Art Deco, Modernist and Mid-Century periods.
Selected studio pottery and artwork, both contemporary and older, is also sold.
Tuesday to Friday: 9:30 to 17:00
Saturday: 10:00 to 16:00
Sundays, Mondays and evenings open by appointment only
We also stock patterns, haberdashery and all sorts of sewing accessories.
Come and browse in Aladdin’s Cave, you are bound to find the right fabric that will realise your creative ideas.
Mon to Sat: 9.30am-5.00pm
Transportation service in Beeston
After spending 7 years working in healthcare administration I felt it was time for a change and decided to sell up and travel; see as much of the world as I could. Explore the unknown, well unknown to I, one could hardly become Stanley or Livingston these days. But I was determined to have the best adventure I could have, meet new people, cultures and societies. Make new friends the world over. And that is just what I did.Travelling with my backpack across European cities and little known towns and then heading to South East Asia. Returning with a passion for life and adventure and of course my love of tea.My aim upon returning was to start a new high street trend and love affair with the good old cuppa. All I needed was a shop and a good quality loose leaf teas and we would be well away. But things are always simpler in our minds and it would take a good deal more planning. So Rudyards sprung into its existence