Restaurant Six offers a view of Nottingham like no other. Order a cocktail from the opulent bar (it’s so big it needs a ladder), look out of the south windows and you’ll see Trent Bridge with its historic turf and stands. Beyond that are the buildings of West Bridgford, and further still, the fields and gentle hills of south Nottinghamshire.
Turn around and look north and you’re staring at the red and white of Nottingham Forest’s City Ground, the River Trent, Nottingham Rowing Club, Meadow Lane and the centre of Nottingham.
Set on the sixth floor of Trent Bridge’s Radcliffe Road stand, Six is a lovely, memorable place to be.
It also serves superb, original cocktails and excellent fine dining, backed up by professional and friendly service. The menu is short, simple, seasonal, nicely edited and well-executed.
Expect delicate starters such as summer vegetables, goats’ curd and walnut; and salad of heritage beetroot, horseradish and endive. The Packington chicken breast in our main (served with asparagus, morels and wild garlic) was perfectly moist and tender. And the aged beef cheek, confit carrot and roasted shallot was a delicious treat.
Richard Leckie leads the kitchen team, creating the menus in partnership with Nottingham-born Michelin-starred chef Tom Sellers, founder of London’s Restaurant Story.
You can attend Six for drinks in the lounge, or to eat in the restaurant. If you’re dining, you’ll need to book. If it’s just a drink you’re after, you should be OK to walk in, as long as there isn’t a cricket match on.
Six is a unique venue, and the food, cooking, drinks and service match the unforgettable setting.
For opening hours and further information, visit the Restaurant Six website.
Recommended by Matt Wright, founder of Great Food Club
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