Soul music and soul food are the orders of the day at the Nottingham edition of Soulville Steakhouse, with 1960s Wurlitzer jukeboxes, themed tables and vinyl everywhere. Their menu is packed with steakhouse hits: rump, sirloin, ribeye are all there, alongside an extensive repertoire of non-steak dishes and a backing band of sides. Down on Queen Street in Nottingham city centre, they’re calling out around the world: are you ready for a brand new meat?
delicious food,faboulous staff! need to come back again and try other dishes
amazing food and service, highly recommended and would go again
Beautiful meal, steak was cooked perfect and blue cheese sauce is the best. good price for high standards of food. staff was very friendly. good music. highly recommend.
We’ve heard through the grapevine about this restaurant. At the dark end of the street – Nottingham’s Queen Street, to be precise – and on the bright side of the road, Soulville Steakhouse takes the sounds of Motown and transports them to Nottingham city centre. They serve up steakhouse favourites all night long, from juicy ribeyes to mixed grills, keeping the chargrill fires burning til the midnight hour. Meat lovers know that you can’t hurry love, and their steaks are all grilled to order, and of course, it takes two, baby, so they are all served with a selection of sides.
Steakhouse staples are one thing, but what of those who don’t want meat? Well, there’s too many fish in the sea: the menu at the Nottingham repress of the famous family of Soulville Steakhouses also boasts fish’n’chips, garlic & spring onion crab cakes and salmon crostini, as well as vegetarian options, signed, sealed and delivered to your table. For the staff at this Motown-themed restaurant on Queen Street in Nottingham city centre, there ain’t no mountain high enough: they will attend to your every need. Trust us, by the time you leave you’ll be dancing in the street, too busy thinking about your (food) baby - an emotion we’ll certainly second.