Bistrot Pierre – French – Nottingham

Useful review for Nottingham diners looking for French Cuisine.My choice is still French Living

Frusher on Food - A Nottingham Food Blog

A restaurant often mentioned as omission on my site is the popular Bistrot Pierre. The small chain has around a dozen locations, mostly outside of the obvious big cities. Its chief appeal seems to be its lunch and pre-theatre menus. Two courses for £10.95 and £14.95 respectively looked to represent good value so early one evening I decided to see if it was too good to be true.

Nestled amongst the bus stops of Milton Street Bistrot Pierre occupies a prime site as the adjacent clumber and parliament street have some of the biggest footfall in Nottingham. The menu was a little wider than what you might stereotype as French with influences drawn from their Mediterranean neighbours. I picked the more Spanish calamari which failed to excite. The rings of squid were cooked just fine, not having reached the rubbery texture that can often be the case. The aioli packed a pretty good…

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