A Nottingham pub with heaps of history, The Castle is a rustic bar and restaurant right in the centre of town. Known for serving up tasty pizzas, salads and burgers, this comfortable establishment is a popular choice for locals and tourists alike. Food is served daily at this comfortable restaurant, and numerous beers are available on draught for local hopheads. The restaurant’s menu includes nibbles like battered calamari, cheesy garlic pizza bread, and hot jalapeno poppers, as well as mains such as duck & hoisin pizza, the chilli beef calzone, BBQ pulled pork burger, plus plenty of vegetarian options. Found in the beautiful 19th-century red brick building just across from the Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, you can’t miss this traditional pub on Castle Road. Book ahead to secure a table!
Went there today as part of a family day out. The staff were very friendly and nice. Very caring and attentive. The food was top quality and we will be visiting again. Really good relaxed atmosphere.
This is a lovely place to meet, eat and drink. Situated just below the castle gatehouse, there's plenty of seating outside to enjoy a pre lunch Chardonnay. Our meals were delicious, the service attentive, friendly and efficient and, because we'd visited the food and drink festival at the castle, we were entitled to a 10% discount as well. Perfect.
Great food great service excellent choice of beer and wine
A very nice atmospheric pub and lovely old building. We just wanted a quick supper before going somewhere else and the home-made pizzas were very nice. The staff were very pleasant, efficient and attentive. We shall be back to sample their beers sometime !
It was very busy and difficult to get served but overall it was reasonable value for money. The local Hood beer was poor which was disappointing but the Doombar made up for it. We were all happy with our burgers. It was a pleasant environment and we felt like we were in a cool place so I'd probably go back again.
Although I received email confirmation of my booking as being accepted when we arrived they didn't have any knowledge of my booking at all but they were very accommodating and firstly compensated me with a round of drinks and then organised a table for my party next door in Fothergills, so not so bad after all .
Sunday menu only has a small choice. 5 of our party had the Sunday lunch burger. Several items on all burgers were burnt black. Roast potatoes not great (reheated/frozen?). Virtually no veggies. Not cheap for pub grub. Staff were all very pleasant but all in all we were disappointed and would not recommend.