Brimming with fresh and delicious seafood, with a distinctive Thai twist, The Lobster Pot in Beeston is one of the most popular restaurants in Nottingham… and for good reason. As we said, the menu is focuses on seafood, with a Thai twist. And what does that mean? Well, you should expect to find mussels steamed in lemongrass, chilli and basil; salmon marinated in lime and ginger and as you’d expect, lobster served with a secret spicy seafood sauce, with a range of tasty non-seafood dishes on the menu as well. You’ll find The Lobster Pot on Villa Street, just opposite Sainsbury's. Just be sure to reserve ahead of time though, as it tends to fill up quickly!
Absolutely love the Lobster and Special Fried Rice here, I eat here regularly with the office girls, can't wait to visit again in April. Service is exceptional
A lovely restaurant with very good service. The food was also delicious. We will definitely be coming back.
Very nice food , the lobster and prawns are amazing. I normally visit the Mansfield road restaurant for convenience but after going to beeston I will definitely be back .
Went to the Lonster Pot for a birthday celebration, staff were polite and friendly, and the food was amazing! Had the sharing platter for starters, half lobster and king scallops for mains, then eton mess and sticky toffee pudding for desert. Will definitely be going back!
My husband and I went to the Lobster Pot in Beeston as it was my Wedding Anniversary, We had been to the one in Nottingham a few months before as we couldn't get a table at the Beeston one as it was always booked up, However I noticed an advert on Facebook for The Lobster Pot in Beeston and I booked on line and managed to get in and to top the night off all I had to do was quote "FACEBOOK" and we got free starters,The food was all delicious and the menu varied and it was really hard to choose as the were some many lovely dishes. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the atmosphere was warm and welcoming and we will be back sooner than later as my Lobster was absolutely fantastic and both my husband and I will be back.
We had our first visit to the restaurant last night. It was an agreeable experience. The menu whilst surprisingly limited was adequate. Especially as our preference was fish related. The staff were fun and approachable which was refreshing in a world where waiting on patrons appears to be a disagreeable experience for all involved. The ambiance was to my eye very retro slash 70's. If this was a deliberate ploy then they have been successful. There was a real air of east coast USA shabby chic/utility restaurant. Where one might rub shoulders with hairy truckers as well as the rich and famous. All in all a good evening with excellent food and service from Jamie and the waitress whose name we did not acquire. Sorry, maybe next time. Thank you. Kind regards Joe and Chris.
Food was nice, expected more though! Service was very slow! We had to ask for a drink when we came in, we then waited over an hour for our food! Half came out and we sat waiting for about 5 minutes for our other half to come too! We then had to ask for some cutlery and query where a drink was we asked for 10 minutes ago! Little disappointed but would try again
We visited on a Friday night but we were the only ones in the restaurant. Worried that this may affect the quality of our visit but it didn't. Friendly staff helped put our minds at ease. All our food was delicious. Only damper was the price as you had for accompaniments such as chips and rice.
Booked a last minute table on Saturday night. We opted for Lobster and Salmon with sides. We received a warm welcome and the service was excellent throughout. The food was absolutely delicious too!
Amazing 🙌🏾 Food was fantastic the staff was attentive it was a great experience will definitely be returning. Heard really good things about the lobster pot beeston and we wasn't let down.