An Indian restaurant popular with football and cricket fans has closed.
Delhi Nights, on the doorstep of City Ground and Trent Bridge, West Bridgford, has been stripped of its furniture.
The previous owner left after failing to come to an agreement with the owner.
The Radcliffe Road restaurant also has an outdoor seating area and will soon be on the market with the aim of finding a new tenant.
The restaurant, which also offered take-out, described itself as the “world of luxury dining”.
Reviews were mixed, ranging from “amazing food” to “terrible”.
But one happy customer, who left a five-star review, said: “We came to see the cricket and thought we’d grab a quick bite before the game because it’s so close to the stadium.
“The food was delicious. The service was on point. We had the garlic chilli chicken, the desi lamb and the saag aloo side. Everything cleaned up.”
Oliver Marshall, associate director of property consultants FHP, anticipates a high level of interest, describing it as a “rare restaurant opportunity in West Bridgford” with the dining room, kitchen, toilets and storage room in “very good condition “.
He said: “Very rarely does a partially serviced restaurant opportunity come to market in West Bridgford.
“Although it is not the center of West Bridgford, it is a very popular location due to its proximity to the town, roadside visibility and proximity to the City Ground and Trent Bridge.
“I think it will be a good opportunity, especially for more regional and independent operators, as opposed to large national operators.
“We’re about to put a board up there and we’ll probably have the details live by Monday next week.”
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