Harden's survey result
With a menu that “offers something for everyone” (from “sausages to curry, with plenty of choices for vegetarians”) – this “jolly”, “old-fashioned” late-Victorian red-brick freehouse by Beeston station, is “well worth a visit”. “The food is simple and tasty – not what you’d call a top restaurant experience but reliable and seemingly using good ingredients”. Fun fact: it was mentioned in Notts local boy DH Lawrence’s first novel, The White Peacock.
Stumbling distance from Beeston station, this red-brick Victorian freehouse is acclaimed for its “very wide range of food and drink” (“always something for everyone”, including veggies). The worst report? – “always dependable, but never quite seems to excite”.
Near Beeston station, this “highly recommended” boozer supplies a “huge range of good pub food”, with “something to suit everyone”, plus “very good real ale”; “getting a seat for eating can be difficult”, though – especially in the garden come summer.
Near Beeston station, a real ale pub “with a consistently huge menu – there’s something for everyone here”; it's “excellent for a Sunday lunch” (taken in the appealing garden come summer).
|Wine per bottle||£13.95|
Dovecote Ln, Nottingham, NG9 1JG
|Monday||10:30 am-11 pm|
|Tuesday||10:30 am-11 pm|
|Wednesday||10:30 am-11 pm|
|Thursday||10:30 am-11 pm|
|Friday||10:30 am-12 am|
|Saturday||10:30 am-12 am|
|Sunday||12 pm-11 pm|