Review Summary

9.5 based on 2 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    A lovely experience having afternoon tea in a room all to ourselves. Great value for money.

    Tasty food. Not the most complex dishes you will ever find on a menu but everything is well cooked and well presented. I will be taking a client here in a few weeks thanks to the professional staff who made my visit run smoothly from start to finish.

Mon:
6pm - 9:30pm
Tue:
6pm - 9:30pm
Wed:
6pm - 9:30pm
Thu:
6pm - 9:30pm
Fri:
6pm - 9:30pm
Sat:
6pm - 9:30pm
Sun:
6pm - 9:30pm
  • Ranked #62 of 506
  • Avg. main course: £10
  • 0.56 miles from Nottingham
  • Western European

We say…

Located in the heart of the Lace MarketThe Mercure Hotel on George Street is the perfect central base for visitors to explore Nottingham. Housed within the hotel is the 1822 Brasserie, a contemporary bar and restaurant.

Originally a coaching inn built in 1822, The Mercure Nottingham is the oldest hotel in the city, and it is after this date that the in-house restaurant is named. 1822 Brasserie is a stylish and contemporary venue that is ideal for business meeting or a sophisticated lunch or dinner.

The menu is refined but offers a good selection of classic dishes that will appeal to all. You can expect to enjoy traditional British food as well as smaller bites that are ideal for a speedy lunch.

In close proximity to the Lace Market Theatre, Nottingham Contemporary Gallery, Capital FM Ice Arena, Broadmarsh Shopping Centre, The Galleries of Justice and the Nottingham Castle, the 1822 Brasserie is perfect for all occasions.

Western European







last updated: 05 Sep 2019
Mercure Hotel Nottingham, 2 George Street, Nottingham, NG1 3BP
0115 959 9777