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Local Restaurants & Places to Eat around Retford

Istanbul Bar & Restaurant

106 Carolgate, Retford DN22 6AS, UK – 01777 949835

Nice food and reasonably priced

Good food at reasonable prices. Friendly staff. Decor ok.

No5 Grove Street Restaurant

5 Grove St, Retford DN22 6JP, UK – 01777 711655

My partner and I went here over a year ago. We both had the Beef Stroganoff and thought it was absolutely delicious! The best meal we'd ever had at that point in time! It is a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for. Shame they're closed on Sundays. Service could've been better, but it didn't take away from the amazing meal!

We booked a table whilst staying nearby and very glad we did. The food was amazing with ample portions and well presented. Will definitely be back

Amers Indian restaurant

44 Grove St, Retford DN22 6LD, UK – 01777 700090

Beautiful restaurant. Never disappoints you. I visit often as my friend works there. My friends cousin also owns this restaurant so he is extremely kind to me and sometimes brings dishes that we haven’t ordered as a gift. Seriously love this place. Best restaurant i have ever attended. Wish i could give more stars, honestly.

We went to Amers as we fancied Indian food during our short stay in Retford for a wedding. The owner was extremely nice and friendly and the food was so nice! Case in point: their pilau rice was the best I have eaten, and this isn't an easy statement to make as I live in Manchester and have visited enough Indian restaurants to make this judgement. The curry I had was also delicious (garlic chicken) and my fiancé's lamb curry was equally yummy. We got chatting to the owner and it was insightful to know that he goes above and beyond to ensure that he delivers the best to his diners- he knows he has a brilliant chef and gives him a lot of incentive to stay and cook the glorious curries Amers has to offer. At the end of the meal I was lucky enough to see these guys breaking their fast and got to try their "sweet rice" that they usually have at home and don't serve in the restaurant. Their generosity and friendliness was amazing and it was one of the highlights of our weekend away! I'd say this to the owner: serve the sweet rice as part of your menu! Overall I highly recommend this little restaurant, I think the folks here in Manchester should learn a few lessons from these guys down here cooking up a magical storm in Nottinghamshire's countryside.

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