Nottingham’s vibrant food and drink scene is set for a new flavour as the introduction of a indoor street food market is set to make its debut in the city centre.

If you are a food enthusiast and love trying out new food then this is the place for you. Nottingham Street Food Club is behind the initiative, but are keeping the location of the market under wraps; though have hinted that it will be in the heart of the city centre.

Nathaniel Wilson, who runs the club, is a local businessman who owns a clothing store on Broad Street. Nathaniel believes the market is something that the city needs and will help promote local talent. It’s hoped the indoor concept will help draw people in and eliminate any weather issues.

One of the stall holders will be Masterchef Contestant Pete Hewitt who is really excited about the opening of the market and can’t wait to showcase his skills and talent.


“We will be serving modern Asian dishes. Predominantly Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese cooking.”
Pete Hewitt

He said “The addition of the indoor market is going to bring a whole new way of dining and socialising into the city, incorporating music, food and drinks together but in a fresh format the majority of the city won’t have experienced yet. We will be serving modern Asian dishes, predominantly Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese cooking. I’m sure the market will help boost the local economy. I want to see more street food traders in the city.”

In terms of potential job opportunities Hewitt also added “we’ll be looking to recruit a few more people into the Homeboys family before we start in the market. With a van and the stall to run we’re going need a few extra hands to keep us going.”

More Information on the market plan can be found on