Review Summary

8.7 based on 11 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    Very good food and a pleasant pub atmosphere away from the restaurant. Me and the wife like to eat out at restaurants in pubs and The Lord Nelson is a great venue for us.

    This is one of my local and favourite pubs - which just happens to have good food. The Chicken Livers (pate) is incredible - just dont have too much bread. We had a mixture of main courses which were all very good.

Mon:
12pm-2:30pm and 5pm-10pm
Tue:
12pm-2:30pm and 5pm-10pm
Wed:
12pm-2:30pm and 5pm-10pm
Thu:
12pm-2:30pm and 5pm-10pm
Fri:
12pm-2:30pm and 5pm-11pm
Sat:
12pm-2:30pm and 5pm-11pm
Sun:
12pm-5pm (last orders 4pm)
  • Ranked #168 of 517
  • Avg. main course: £11
  • 0.1 miles from Burton Joyce
  • British

We say…

The Lord Nelson pub and restaurant located on the outskirts of Nottingham in Burton Joyce. Just a ten minute drive from Nottingham city centre, it offers all of the charm of a shabby-chic London gastro pub to the leafy village of Burton with the added advantage of using locally sourced, Nottinghamshire produce.

As you step inside The Lord Nelson, you are greeted by dark wood tables, red walls a vast bar and lounge area and a retro ambience. The leather furniture and photographs on the walls create a cosy and welcoming venue that shelters you from the cold in the winter and provides a bright and airy escape from the sun in the summer months. Diners are able to make themselves comfortable in the main restaurant or, in the warmer months, enjoy their meal al fresco.

Like a traditional pub, you can expect to find a whole host of real and specially chosen guest beers as well as an extensive wine list and even cocktails. However, The Lord Nelson differs from your typical pub when you sample the food on offer. Good value, good quality, locally sourced produce is the name of the game and with a everything from a quick lunchtime bar meal to a 3 course dinner and weekend breakfasts to family friendly Sunday lunches, The Lord Nelson has it all. Signature dishes includes the slow cooked pork belly served with cider braised potatoes, red onions and chunky apple sauce, and beer-battered haddock with dripping cooked chips and marrowfat peas.

From the same team that brought us The Woollaton in Nottingham, Larwood and Voce in West Bridgford and The Royal Oak at Radcliffe-on-Trent, The Lord Nelson has a pedigree heritage that ensures great food and great service, every time. If you are looking for a hearty meal and a venue that’s family friendly, look no further than The Lord Nelson, pub and restaurant in Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire.






last updated: 13 Jul 2018







last updated: 13 Jul 2018

last updated: 13 Jul 2018






last updated: 13 Jul 2018

last updated: 13 Jul 2018
Chesnut Grove, Burton Joyce, Nottingham, NG14 5DN
0115 931 1800