Nottingham Restaurant of the Year to get sister site serving Spanish and Asian tapas until 2am
The business partners behind World Service restaurant in Nottingham are to open their second restaurant in the city's historic Lace Market at the end of April.
The restaurant, as yet unnamed, will serve global tapas that's half Spanish, half pan-Asian. "We've noticed a lot of the more modern tapas places in Barcelona are taking this route,"
explained co-owner Dan Lindsay.
Lindsay will remain General Manager for World Service while overseeing the new venture with co-Director Ashley Walter, who owns Geisha, also in Nottingham.
The new restaurant, located in the Grade II listed Galleries of Justice, will seat 60, including 30 at the bar, and will be open for the post-work crowd from 5pm, serving hot tapas until 11pm and cold tapas until 2am.
"People can come and have something to eat after a night out in town. It's something that hasn't been offered in Nottingham before"
World Service has won Nottingham Restaurant of the Year three times from 2003 to 2005.