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Welcome to the Trent Navigation on Meadow Lane. This outstanding Victorian pub once fed, watered and housed the men and horses working the Nottingham Canal and throughout the years has at times been much loved or closed and neglected. It has now...more
We got there at about 8pm and we were there as a group. We wanted food, but unfortunately we just missed the dead line, which wasn't a problem. It was fine until one of the waitresses came over to us and advised us to keep...More
Called in for a drink with a mate as The Southbank Bar wasn't open. Very quiet. We sat in the beer garden, no view, but was pleasant. Decent range of beers. Has it's own brewery at the rear. Will call again later this year to...More
My second visit to the Trent Navigation. On entry we were informed that the pub was 'home fans only' but as there were only 2 of us (West Brom fans) the gaffer let us in. We sat in the lovely garden at the back and...More
Steak and Ale pie was beautifully cooked with big chunks of steak that were melt in the mouth soft. They also use ale from their own brewery for the pies. Good quality potatoes made the mash smooth and extremely tasty. Staff were courteous and polite...More
Popped in whilst at the river festival. Nice selection of ales. Navigation brewery over the fence so travel miles minimal... Very economical friendly.
Looks like a great place for meeting up before cricket and football.
Bar staff welcoming and friendly.
Went along today for some Sunday music and lunch - Lunch was outstanding - Beef Roast Dinner, with fresh vegetable, home made yorkshire pudding and the most excellent gravy, meat just melted in your mouth. At £9 it wasnt expensive, and the lovely music atmosphere...More
Good place to start for a few pints by the canal, this splendid pub has a seating area next to the lock and a reasonable choice of beers, staff very friendly but not very busy which was fine by us to get a seat in...More