Come fly with us, let’s fly, let’s fly away...to the British dining establishment that recalls the best of Ol’ Blue Eyes. A place where you can be the chairman of the (cheese) board and Mack the (serving) Knife all at the same time, a slice of New York, New York in Nottingham city centre. Whether you and your date are strangers in the night or you’ve been getting a kick out of each other for years, it’s sure to be some enchanted evening when you enter Sinatra’s Bar & Restaurant on Chapel Bar.
Restaurant has been closed by the Council so didn't get to eat at Sinatras in the end. I went there a few weeks ago aot was a lovely experience.
Always love this place, one of my favourites. Staff and food as lovely as ever. Thank you everyone. Food was delicious, service was impeccable. Lovely time had by all :)
Great food, warm friendly staff, would go again, well recommend, very quick service time but that could be due to it not being busy, value for money
Frank Sinatra might be a big lump of cheese for some people and get right under the skin of others, but at Sinatra’s Bar & Restaurant on Chapel Bar in Nottingham city centre, the food is guaranteed to fly you to the moon, regardless of your musical tastes. Their British menu is inspired by Ol’ Blue Eyes himself: we can’t promise New Pork, New Pork or Embraceable Stew, but we will recommend their 10z steak and potatoes, and their roast Derbyshire lamb: and remember to ask your server to cook it My Way; whether that be rare, medium or well done.
Diners who travel down to Sinatra’s on Nottingham city centre’s Chapel Bar will be excited by the ever-changing seasonal menu: the September of the Years bring autumnal flavours, whereas in December they have themselves a merry little Christmas, and, of course, they’re back on top in June. British cuisine is the draw at Sinatra’s and so much so that is can get busy. Ah, well: That’s Life. You’d be doing Somethin’ Stupid by not booking a table in advance.