Last night I had chance to try out a new Thai street food restaurant that opened recently in Nottingham called Zaap.
Tip: Get there early, as you can't book a table for less than eight people and it seems the word has spread about Zaap! We arrived about 7pm and had a 45 minute wait, which wasn't so bad as we sat in the bar and perused the menu.
Menu: Once we'd been seated, the food was quick to arrive and the waiter was super friendly. I ordered vegetable gyoza to start and a tofu Gang Massaman, a creamy coconut & peanut dish which was delicious! The menu is good for veggies as many of the dishes are either veggie or can be converted.
Value for money? With starters around £4.50 and mains averaging around £8 I'd say yes.
They've certainly gone all out on the decor, with tuk-tuks, street signs and brightly coloured lanterns adorning every corner of the deceptively large restaurant, and the place was really buzzing with energy on a busy Saturday night. After food, we headed to Galentine's Night at Rough Trade, a fun DJ night that's part of Fan Club, which celebrates women in arts & music.