The last time myself and my wonderful husband went out to the concert hall for a show we'd intended to get dinner beforehand. Unfortunately halfway into town we realised we'd forgotten the tickets! Doh! This time, however, we were not to be outdone. Tickets checked, double checked and triple checked we took ourselves off to Tamatanga before the panto.
Tamagtanga is similar to the Wagamama concept in that you sit at bench tables wherever there is space and the food is freshly prepared and brought out to you when its ready - although with curry rather than chinese food. There's a good selection of curries and they also do dishes where you get a little bit of lots of curries which is great for trying some curries you would not normally order.
I had a lamb rogan josh which was nicely warming and sufficiently filling on this cold winter night. I also had a light, milky and not too sweet Mango lassi.
Tamatanga is not the place you'd go for a long and lingering meal with your hunny but is great when you want to be fed good, flavourful curry quickly. They also do deals at lunchtime which are amazing.
After our dinner we went to the panto at Nottingham playhouse which was absolutely hilarious. Plenty of fun for the kids (and adults) including join-in actions and songs. We laughed so much!
Tamatanga is at:
The Cornerhouse, Trinity Square, Nottingham, NG1 4DB
Tel: 0115 958 4848