Nottingham’s Sat Bains named as one of the top 100 restaurants in the world

Sat Bains, right, has won two Michelin stars.

Sat Bains has made an annual list of the top 100 restaurants in the world.

The Nottingham restaurant, in Lenton, is a new entry on the list at 94 overall, in a league table published by lifestyle magazine Elite Traveler.

Sat Bains was the first ever Michelin-starred restaurant in Nottingham and is one of just five English restaurants on the exclusive list.

Head chef and founder of the restaurant Sat Bains said: “Its Elite traveler readers who voted for each restaurant included on this Top 100 and that is such an acknowledgement of all the hard work and commitment the whole team puts in every day in Nottingham.

“It makes me very proud to be included on a global list of this calibre.”

The magazine’s Sat Bains entry read: “The restaurant is unusually located beside a flyover – a unique juxtaposition that Chef Sat Bains has always wanted.

“Overseen by restaurant manager Amanda Bains, the unfussy restaurant boasts a service they describe as “relaxed professionalism”, with menus boasting up to ten different courses.

“Menu highlights include kohlrabi tagliatelle and smoked eel with turnip, apple and nori.

“The unique “crossover course” literally crosses you from savory to sweet by mixing feta with vanilla.”

Sat Bains had a city tram named after him in 2015 for his culinary efforts to put Nottingham on the map.

The restaurant currently holds two coveted Michelin stars, making it one of the highest-rated in the U.K.

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