• Ranked #143 of 486
  • Avg. main course: £10
  • 0.64 miles from Nottingham
  • American

We say…

Located at the heart of the Lace Market, an exquisitely restored chapel provides a soulful setting for Pitcher and Piano Nottingham. Lined with mesmerizing stained-glass windows, exposed brick archways and stylish modern furnishings, this sophisticated restaurant is an epic and unique visual spectacle.  

Historically, High Pavement Chapel dates back to the 1600s, being used as a place of worship until 1982 and then converted into a lace museum, before taking up its current role as a lively bar and restaurant.

Now known as a trendy city dining spot, the restaurant offers delicious cocktails and a tasty Sunday lunch, making it a perfect location for families, groups or couples. For weekday lunches, Pitcher and Piano offer juicy burgers with brioche buns or yummy flatbreads topped with BBQ chicken and chorizo or juicily roasted vegetables and creamy feta cheese.

In the evening, choose from a hearty Lancashire hot pot, honey-glazed pork belly rib or sweet potato and red pepper burrito served with indulgent sour cream and guacamole. If you're celebrating, or just want to treat yourself, try a mouth-watering banana waffle with fresh ice cream, or a chocolate sundae topped off with smooth brownie chunks and sweet whipped cream.

Later on, experiment with a variety of delicious drinks, from the almond slice – a dazzling concoction of rum, almond syrup and zesty lime juice, to the popular Kentucky wild berry – a mix of whiskey, cranberry juice and succulent raspberries.

Pitcher and Piano Nottingham is a fun and vibrant restaurant, set in an opulent and uniquely restored historic chapel. With a variety of scrumptious cocktails and delicious food, the restaurant provides a truly memorable dining experience that will leave you wanting to return time and time again.

last updated: 11 Sep 2018

last updated: 11 Sep 2018

last updated: 11 Sep 2018
Unitarian Church, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
0115 958 6081