Found among the restaurants in Nottingham’s Beeston, Table 8 is a low-slung and stylish diner serving British and European cuisine with impeccable standards of hospitality to boot. A family-run restaurant, the atmosphere is inimitably welcoming, setting the scene for a dining experience curated by an executive chef with over three decades of experience to his name. A hand-picked selection of international wines is available to accompany your meal, with robust reds your best bet if you book for this Wollaton Road restaurant’s Monday night steakhouse experience.
Really enjoyed my first visit to Table 8 for Sunday lunch and will definitely return. The food was excellent and the menu allowed a good choice.
Went to Table 8 for lunch after a friend recommended it. Great food and the waiting staff couldn't have been more helpful. I would certainly recommend.
The quality of the food and the service from the staff made for a very memorable lunch. Thank you. Please do not compromise your efforts.
The patriarch of the Table 8 family is also this Beeston restaurant’s executive chef. Kevin, with over 35 years catering experience, is well-respected in the Nottingham and West Midlands culinary community, and his expertise shines through in every beautifully plated dish. The focus at Table 8 is on the classics of British and European cuisine, with an open mind when it comes to contemporary trends, and a selection of menus that run the gamut from lunch to evening meals, with a special shoppers’ tea time menu and Sunday lunch selection in between.
Monday nights see Table 8’s Wollaton Road premises packed out with Beeston locals looking to indulge in the restaurant’s steak offer: two rump steaks and two large glasses of house wine (ask your waiter for their red recommendation) all for a great price. Perfect for a dinner date, Table 8’s other menus are equally impressive if you’re bringing friends and family in from across Nottingham for an evening of British and European dining par excellence. Like the good European restaurant it is, Table 8 sets the scene with complimentary bread alongside your choice of mixed Provencale olives or EVO oil and aged balsamic to whet the appetite. Starters cover fresh seafood – mussels in a classic Mariniere or cider, thyme and cream sauce – duck, pork and pistachio terrine, or a twice-baked Stilton souffle. Premium Scottish steaks are a highlight from the grill – choose your cut, how you like it cooked, and your sauce. Main courses proper cover cuisines from as far afield as Brazil, to Gloucestershire Old Spot pork and French-style duck leg confit with many more traditional choices in between. Book to reserve your table at Table 8 now!