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A friend and I went to a gin tasting evening as we'd heard nothing but good things, I've been on a few similar nights before, but have to say this is by far one of the best yet, it was thoroughly interesting learning the history...More
We went to the Malt Cross on Sunday early evening. The atmosphere was lovely with welcoming and friendly staff and a live jazz band with two different singers, both really good. We ordered the chicken roast dinner and the vegetarian roast dinner and they were...More
Popped in here for a place to sit, relax and chat with family. Wooden chairs are not very comfortable, the settee and arm chairs are badly worn - despite it just being re-opened following a re-furb! The staff are just great, always smiling, and probably...More
I went to the malt cross on Sunday afternoon with 16 friends.
The access is through a side street and this is very dark so beware if your sight impaired. Wheelchair access would be a problem as the tables are too close together so...More
We had just been to The Roebuck Inn were we had enjoyed a real ale and a meal and decided to drop into Malt Cross for a quick real ale..
This is one superb bar,set over a couple of floors with exquisite architectural features including...More
This is a lovely heritage experience in what used to be an old Victorian music hall in Nottingham City. Underneath the pub/ cafe/ bar are caves and we attended an excellent tour led by a most knowledgeable guide called Phil. We paid a charge of...More
The former Victorian Music Hall provides an elaborate example of fabulous architecture and ambience. Excellent ales and just the ticket for atmosphere and socialising in a wonderful CAMRA friendly pub. Another Nottingham jewel.
Response from JoseyJoenotts | Property representative |
Yes there is level access from the street to the Maltcross. Once you are inside there is disabled lift access to all floors except the caves. We have two disabled toilets one on the ground floor which can be... More
Yes there is level access from the street to the Maltcross. Once you are inside there is disabled lift access to all floors except the caves. We have two disabled toilets one on the ground floor which can be accessed by a door next to the bar, and another just outside the disabled lift on the Arts and Crafts workshop floor. We look forward to welcoming you soon. If you have any access needs whilst you are on site please don't hesitate to ask and we will do our best to help you.
Kind Regards Jo and the Maltcross team