Address : Royal Standard Place, Nottingham, NG1 6FS
There’s a good rule of thumb in Nottingham when it comes to history – “look up and you will see it”. And that couldn’t be truer than in the Roundhouse – whose decorative ceiling was once seen by many a new mum – because this once was the maternity ward of the Nottingham General Hospital.
The pub itself came under new ownership in 2020 and after the lost recent lockdown has been heavily promoting its wide range of food, including a tasty looking tapas menu. During normal times you’ll find three real ales on tap – there are plenty of craft beers to choose from too.
The seating area – part of an impressive amphitheatre for the nearby apartments – lends itself to a relaxed atmosphere away from the passing traffic. It’s a good sun trap too..
Music? Strictly background tunes, adding a pleasant atmosphere.
Food? A good varied menu of tapas, burgers and sandwiches will keep you going.
Customers? By the time people have walked up the hill, they’ve generally lost any cockiness they might have had. A wide age range from young couples to entire families celebrating a special occasion.
Opinion? If the Roundhouse was in the centre of town it’d be rammed seven nights a week. Thankfully, being slightly off the beaten track it maintains a respectable ambience.
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