With British Pie Week coming up in March, we have found just some of Nottingham’s best pies to try.
Only a stone’s throw from Theatre Royal Concert Hall you’ll find Pieminster, home of all things pie! Explore their range of award-winning pies, catering for a variety of dietary needs, whether that be vegan, gluten-free or other. Don’t eat your pie alone, pair it with some loaded fries, champ mash or mushy peas. Pop along on a Sunday for their ‘Sunday Best’ option, choose a pie served with mash, a Yorkshire pudding plus all the trimmings! When you next visit the city centre, we recommend you drop by Pieminster for an experience to remember!
Situated on Queen Street is George’s Great British Kitchen, where two locals came together to cherish great British food. Whether you are shopping, going to the theatre or just exploring the city, there’s no better reason to stop by George’s for something to eat or drink. Tuck into one of their speciality pies, choose from the full English, cottage pie, spicy Asian vegetable and coconut curry pie or their infamous winner winner chicken dinner pie – delicious!
Browns Bar and Brasserie can be found in the heart of Nottingham’s Castle District. Offering three mouth-watering pies, including the slow-cooked salted pork belly with savoury apple pie, Browns steak & Guinness pie and their fish pie. Why not order a bottle of red, white or rosé to enjoy alongside your meal? Escape the everyday with Browns, whether it’s a work lunch, evening drinks or a hearty meal with friends.
Experience the highest quality food at Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar & Grill on Wollaton Street. A menu hand-picked by the celebrity chef, Marco Pierre himself. Home to great food, try The Governor’s Steak and Ale Pie or Mr Lamb’s Shepherd’s Pie alongside buttered garden peas – delicious! This simple, yet elegant venue makes for the perfect evening out with a loved one and family.
Situated on Castle Road is Watson Fothergills, a historic venue with a bistro-style menu. Tuck into one of their two pies, the steak and ale or mushroom and onion pie, both served with seasonal vegetables. Enjoy your meal with local ales, glass of wine or soft drink. All in all, this is one of the best places to visit for a relaxed dining experience in Nottingham.
Located in Canning Circus is the well-known pub, Sir John Borlase Warren, great for its ales, beer garden and food. After a week at work what could be better than a delicious pie alongside a beverage of choice to get you in the mood for the weekend! Here you can enjoy a steak and ale sourdough pie together with delicious gravy and vegetables or a chicken and ham pie (gluten free), served with thrice cooked chips, roasted carrots and gravy. If you fancy a meal out with an atmosphere, then head here for a lively pub with something for everyone.