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A new opening in the centre of Nottingham, just north of the Lace Market in the trendy district of Hockley, the Suede Lounge Bar & Pizza Kitchen does exactly what it says on the tin: superb cocktails, ales and wines from the bar, and authentic, stone-baked – Nottingham’s largest stone oven, since you’re asking – Italian pizzas from the kitchen. We can’t say fairer than that, and heavily encourage going down to Heathcoat Street to see what the fuss is about.
Delicious food and a relaxed vibe. It was great to see our food being prepared and didn't disappoint. Great choice of toppings and the ability to create your own. Something for everyone. Would recommend to friends.
The food was tasty and good value served in a relaxed environment. I have been previously and would definitely visit again, definitely recommended. Thanks Suede
This was a great place to celebrate the end of university! I always enjoy my pizza here, I love the choice of build your own pizza and the drinks variety is great.
Italian restaurants come and go at a rate of knots in Notts, but out on Heathcoat Street in Hockley, a new pizza place has opened that we think’s here to stay. Suede Lounge Bar & Pizza Kitchen is a step up from the average red sauce joint, limiting themselves to just pizzas – do what you do better than anyone else and the punters won’t ask for more – made from their self-devised, 24 hour-fermented pizza dough recipe, and then baked in Nottingham’s premier artisan pizza oven. Simple stuff.
Suede work under the slogan of “Death to Bad Pizza”, and in search of this goal, they’ve devised a huge range of toppings that deviate from the Italian can(n)on like Garibaldi after a few grappas too many. One replicates a Peking duck with a pizza taking the place of the pancake alongside the spring onions, cucumber and hoisin sauce; another takes a Mexican slant, with spicy beef, peppers, habaneros and even tortillas. With such a menu, plus an ever-changing specials board – not to mention an ever-rotating ale selection – you’d be losing if you only made one visit to Suede.