Dear diners, for bookings on Christmas day or tickets for a very special New Year’s Eve event from 8pm, please contact the restaurant directly.
Building on the success of The White Horse in Ruddington, the A&A Pub Co. have scored another coup for fine tavern dining in Nottinghamshire. Located in the village of Gedling, just two minutes drive from Nottingham city, The Gedling Inn & Kitchen offers a fantastic menu of seasonal dishes ranging from simple bar snacks to accompany the fine range of draft ales and international wines to lavish gourmet meals that are perfect for special nights out. Located on the Main Road that leads south to the neighbouring settlement of Carlton, The Gedling Inn & Kitchen is an unmissable British pub.
A&A Pub Company’s philosophy is simple and honest. Maintained by the duo of Andy and Abbie, the group knows how to sensitively refurbish quintessentially British pubs into modern gathering places that are family-oriented and integrated with the local community. They’ve worked their magic on the Gedling Inn & Kitchen in their usual understated, stylish manner, curating a space that’s characterful, spacious, but cleaving close to the cosy atmosphere you’d expect from a solid British pub, a menu that offers a little something for every taste, and a selection of drinks running the gamut from reliable, familiar favourites to more boutique drops. Plus it’s close enough to Nottingham and Carlton to make a trip north well worth your while.
Starting simple, The Gedling Inn & Kitchen has laid on a sandwich menu for peckish types that have paid a visit to this landmark pub in Gedling to sample the craft ales on offer. The house rump steak sandwich is a big winner, the ploughman’s keeps things traditional, and seasonal variation is introduced with the sandwich of the day. Bigger appetites are catered to by the Gedling’s seasonal a la carte menus. At the time of writing this Main Road kitchen was rolling over into winter, offering nibbles, starters, main courses and more based on the local produce at hand. Nonetheless, The Gedling Inn & Kitchen manages to inject a little Mediterranean flavour into diners’ days, with seafood – mussels steamed in cider, a potato salad spiked with crayfish – bringing briny flavours to bear. Book ahead, especially if you’re making the trip from Nottingham.
Great food, good customer service, lovely feel to the place and welcoming. Quick and efficient, can sit in or outside, play area for the kids if needed. Forgot to mention they have parking.
I have never had a bad meal here, every meal is top quality. I would highly recommend eating here. The staff are so friendly, and the food is amazing.
Always great service and great food, This was a booking for 4, close to Christmas and despite being very busy we were still well looked after.
We always have a great meal here, the fool and service is always great. We usually sit in the restaurant for a nice relaxed atmosphere
We arrive just before 5pm For our table as booked, the table was not ready and no record of us being booked in. A table was found and hastily cleared for us and we were seated about 15 minutes late. Food was ordered bit was slow on being received, we asked on member of staff when the food was likely to come, she went off to check but never came back. nearly 30 mins waiting for food. The meal was good, good portion sizes including the kids meals. Between finishing out meal and ordering dessert I took the three young children to the toilet, as we walked in the toilet, the disable/baby changing door was open, so we used this as it most convenient as a male with 3 young girls, during the couple of minutes in the toilet a member of staff locked us in the toilet. I had to call my partner to come and help us out as I assumed the door was stuck, luckily I took my mobile with me. She was then told that this happens on a regular basis and people will be locked in the toilet. We then sat down for dessert, this arrived fairly promptly but two of the kids desserts were wrong and needed to be returned.
The Gedling Inn & Kitchen having recently gone through a major overhaul has turned a grimy 2 for 10 in to a place worth shouting about. It's menu is mouth watering to read and divine to taste! Value for money.
Really good experience. Lovely food and presented well. Portions were perfect. Not too huge so we had room for a dessert. I have been to lots of restaurants who think large is best and you end up wasting food. We ate everything. Desserts: Brownie was a little dry and the rhubarb in the Eton Mess was a bit underdone and too large for the glass it came with but this is quite minor in our overall enjoyment. We have visited on several occasions now and will be back.
Beautifully and tastefully decorated. Menu was extensive with a good selection for vegetarians. We appreciated the child focus separate menu and the activities offered to our 3 year old, which kept her entertained. Lovely waiting staff with attentive and prompt service, both for drinks and food. Definitely the best pizzas in town! We can't praise the experience enough. We will definitely be visiting again. Thank you.
Well we were here on Friday 22nd December and although we did not say anything to the Manager: Bish, it was not as good as all our previous visits, menu not too imaginative and portion size has shrunk, the mussels is normally a large bowl, but a small bowl with probabl10 mussels for the same price and my cod had a mussel broth of which it had 6 of which 4 were unopened so cannot be eaten, chef should be checking!? It will not stop us coming here again but we will await the Spring menu
I took my daughter for a meal after a tough week of exams on a Friday evening. The venue was clean bright and lively. We were seated quickly and orders taken. The three young staff worked really hard and were efficient and polite. Our meals were tasty. My only small quibble would be I would have liked more chips with my fish. But I am a greedy northerner! Would definitely recommend this restaurant