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A proper pub with many victorian features. We serve food 7 days a week and many cask ales.Food served 12-3pm and 5-8pm Monday-Friday, 12-6pm Saturday and 12-4pm Sunday. All food is Homemade using local produce. WE ALSO HAVE LARGE FUNCTION ROOM AND A...more
The whole menu is vegan, which looked promised, but we were let down by the taste and quality of the food. Soggy fries, poor attempt at displaying it creatively, and especially an extremely long wait
Service was very slow, and incompetent at times. The little...More
Loves the idea of a vegan only menu at a pub hence happy to have given it a try. Would come back for a drink maybe but based on the food, leaves something to be desired. Had the chicken burger which was a little soggy...More
Have been wanting to visit this pub for a while to try their vegan pub grub and we weren't disappointed, we arrived as they opened the door at 12.00 and were the only ones there. The pub, as you can see from the photograph above,...More
My girlfriend and I ordered the chilli and a hot dog on Easter Monday. We weren't warned when we ordered that there would be a long wait for food, although when we asked about our order after over an hour of waiting, the gentleman running...More
Menu looked so promising, really excited to eat there but ended up leaving as service was pretty poor! Completely ignored by some members of staff, the girl who eventually served us was nice enough but pretty vague and replied 'I'll say 40 minutes to be...More
We were very excited to visit this pub for it's fully vegan menu, and travelled an hour specifically for this.
We were the first patrons in the pub, and one of the first to place a food order. There weren't loads of people in (maybe...More
I went to the Peacock on Saturday for a meal with my daughter. We sat in one room and there was flies flying around the candelabra, so we went in the other room. I had a bitter top which was very warm so I asked...More
It's taken me a while to visit this eatery as I am not a fan of the fake meat style of vegan cuisine but the yearning for roast potatoes and veg finally got the better of me! Hubby is a meat eater but enjoys vegan...More
Response from monkeynutty | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I believe you can book. It gets quite busy but would take groups of six to ten I think. It's worth a visit and yes I think it's the only vegan place in Notts. There's Alley Cafe which offers vegan options. Enjoy