Review on MemSaab
When Naj Aziz opened MemSaab it was a ground-breaking restaurant that redefined Indian food in Nottingham and it still scores heavily with its stylish ambience, impeccable service and refined food. As the Times noted, it's 'as different from your typical tandoori as curry powder is from garam masala'.
The interior is a harmonious blend of contemporary design and traditional features, with classy neutral tones combined with a splash of regal red, modern lighting and ethnic craftsmanship. Menus offer a similar mix of familiar specialities and more unusual dishes from around the Sub-continent: tandooris, tikkas and vegetable samosas share the billing with Lahori lamb chops, Amritsari machli (cod in carom-flavoured batter), makrani fish (a sea bass dish from the South-west coast of Baluchistan) and even locally farmed, free-range ostrich fillet with garlic and red chillies.
Memsaab has also enlisted the help of Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, who has devised special seasonal menus featuring inspired dishes such as vermicelli-crusted prawns with apple chutney, and rabbit malai tikka with raisin and pear chutney and makhani pulao.
MemSaab is also featured in: Michelin Guide, Hardens, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 5.30 - 10.30pm (11.00pm Sat) (10.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card