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Stumbled across this place and glad we did. Excellent service and top notch food in lovely surroundings. Couldn't find anything to complain about. Will definitely call again when I'm next in Nottingham.
Mott the Hoople sang about floating up to the Round House on a Sunday afternoon. That was the seventies and London. We floated up on a cold Friday night in December on the way to the Laguna. The staff were pleasant and the beer ok....More
My main issue here is the service, we came for lunch and order 2 mains and a side. The side never came, on mentioning this too the waitress that brought the food over she said she would go and check what had happened. This is...More
A lovely hidden gem, not far to walk from town but not obvious location wise so totally worth googling the walk.
It has a great atmosphere and helpful staff. Quirky looking pub on the inside and the food was really tasty too.
Had leaving drinks...More
The staff were very helpful and friendly. They took time to ensure my Husbands gluten free requirements were catered for. Lovely atmosphere also and very pleasant decor. The service was also quick and reasonable prices.
Visited on a Saturday evening in a group of 7 and enjoyed a really good Rib Eye Steak. Best steak I have had for quite some time, and good value considering how much I enjoyed the meal. Everyone was very happy. Staff very efficient and...More
Part of a brief pub crawl and the venue we chose to eat at.
No reservation but quickly accommodated by very friendly and helpful staff.
We all really enjoyed our reasonably priced food and would definitely return with more forward planning next time.
Why this is an 'attraction', but I did enjoy the Saturday evening atmosphere and had a really good glass of Red (and the other half loved her white)
It was warm, cozy and inviting - perfect for a break away from the loud, townie pubs...More