Red Hot World Buffet & Bar (Nottingham) Reviews
Description:Nottingham 38-46 Goosegate Hockley Nottingham NG1 1FF 0115 958 9899
Newest Review: ... booking. If we wanted to be seated at 8.30 we would have made a reservation at 8.30. Fine, it is a buffet restaurant, a wait is expected, but an hour is a whole new level of crazy. As we turned the corner to the buffet zone- wow- an oasis of food. It was, as my friend described it, like a supermarket in scale. Each station had a different world cuisine, matched by decor, sculptures and ... more
Customer Red Hot World Buffet & Bar (Nottingham) Reviews (5)
by - written on 09/03/13, updated on 09/03/13 (Very useful, 142 readings)
For my friend's 21st birthday, we decided to go to the Red Hot World Buffet which I've previously heard a lot about and booked a table the night before. On the day, they rang me to confirm the booking which I thought was quite professional... until we arrived at the restaurant itself. The frontage was small and we nearly missed the entrance. The big metal globe is evidence for everything that is wrong with postmodern signage. Entering the glass doors, we were greeted with an airport check in desk and travel decor which was sublime. It was the most interesting restaurant in terms of interior design I have ever been to- lamps attached to suitcases to the walls, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/11 (Very useful, 132 readings)
Red Hot Buffet is a buffet restaurant located on Goosegate, in Nottinghams Hockley district. It is within easy reach of car parks, buses and trams, although Goosegate itself is largely pedestrianised. You might have guessed from the name that it's a buffet place, but it varies from many of the others in Nottingham in that it offers a range of food from all over the world . Chinese, Italian, Indian, and a few select English dishes are usually offered, and on my last visit yesterday I also noticed the recent addition of several Caribbean inspired dishes. I've never had to reserve a table here (though I have, on one busy Friday night, been told that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/10 (Useful, 135 readings)
The Red Hot World Buffet & Bar is a small chain of restaurants with branches in Nottingham, Northampton, Milton Keynes, Liverpool and a new restaurant planned for Leeds. My review is based on the Nottingham branch which I have ate at regularly for the last 5 years [it was previously called Red Hot Buffet Shack]. Offering a huge selection of food this place really has something for everyone, whether you like Indian, Chinese, Thai, Mexican or Italian you will never go hungry. You can eat as much as you like and mix and match what food you would like on your plate. It is a help yourself service but they do offer you the chance to create ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/09, updated on 08/07/10 (Useful, 263 readings)
The Red Hot Buffet in Nottingham offers a buffet that doesn't specialise in just one cuisine, but has quite a few for you to try out. The variety includes, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Mexican and Italian. There is also a salad bar and dessert station. The starters served are excellent, always perfectly warmed and well cooked. At a buffet I'm more of a starter person than main meals and so the variety of pakoras, samosas, patra, chicken wings, spring rolls and more always delight me. The Red Hot Buffet is unique as there is the option of ordering your own dishes, I especially like the individual pasta dishes from the Italian station. As far as I know, no other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/08 (Very useful, 951 readings)
The Red Hot World Buffet Shack is a small chain of restaurants who offer an all you can eat buffet with varying cuisines from around the world (hence the name!). At the moment they are based in Hockley, Nottingham and also in Northampton. I have now lived in Nottingham for just over 2 years, and I have heard so many people tell me how good the Red Hot Buffet Shack is that I was desperate to try it out. However, hubby was not so keen so it took until a girls night out with work friends last week to get me in there. I was so excited that I actually didn't take in as much information as I normally would for a review, so I apologise if there is any ... Read the complete review
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