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British, Contemporary
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Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The best thing about this restaurant is the view of the cricket ground. The quality of food and drink for the price for Sunday lunch is over priced. The staff although pleasant need training. We were treated to lunch by friends but we certainly wouldn't...go again at those prices!More

Date of visit: October 2021
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited as 3 couples for a special occasion. The service we experienced was poor! We sat at the table and waited 20 minutes for someone to take a drinks order. When our starters came, one was incorrect so had to be sent back. It...then took 15 minutes for the correct starter to come. One of the starters came missing the truffle popcorn on it. They bought the truffle popcorn out separately after the starters had finished. We had to ask for a wine order to be taken which arrived after our starters. It was very hard to get staffs attention to be able to ask them anything. The desserts were extremely slow coming out. Never offered coffees at the end of the meal. Had to chase for the bill. When the waitress was asked for our coats from the cloak room, we were handed the wrong jackets. Then took another 10 minutes for the correct ones to come out. The food we have was very nice however the whole experience was tarnished by the service. When charging £28 for a main, the service needs to be spot on. Felt like the the experience was ruined when the restaurant has such potential due to the location. Staff were friendly once you finally got their attention but was so disjointed! Would not recommend.More

Date of visit: October 2021
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The only problem I had was finding the way in! Poor signposting but it’s all about the food for me. Wine, Chablis premier cru at £35 a bottle. Not cheap but you get what you pay for and this wine was superb. Starters. Both were...perfectly prepared and presented. I had mackerel and it was just as you would expect. My wife had salmon and it was, by her account just right. Mains My beef cheek was amazing, incredible flavour and well presented. My wife had cod and again just right. On this occasion I can say you get what you pay for. Two bottles of wine and three courses each, £200.More

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For such a great location (overlooking the cricket ground) it was a great shame that the lights for the pitch were not on - so we looked out into the darkness. Our food was good but seriously overpriced (£25 for a pea risotto?) but what...really let the place down was the speed of service . The restaurant was not full and we had to wait for over an hour for our main courses - chasing the staff to find out where it was. If there was a problem it would have been good if the staff had been proactive in coming to explain. Also we were a party of eight but we had to have two tables side by side - there was no reason we could see for us not being able to have put them together. A shame as a very different vibe when it was a meeting after many years. The waitresses were very charming in their descriptions of the food but we had to call a few times to get anyones attention. A shame as could have been so much better !More

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed 18 September 2021 via mobile

Such a lovely venue and setting for a special treat …. Then there was the stunning food and wine. The staff were informed and attentive without being intrusive

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed 18 September 2021

We went to 6 for my husband's birthday, we have been before and had a great experience but this time the service was terrible, our food was not served until 2200, we had booked for 2030. The vegetarian option- risotto was tasteless and really disappointing.

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed 4 September 2021 via mobile

📍🥂 DINE AT SIX We chose to celebrate at @dineatsix … an elevated dining experience at Trent Bridge. The finest food, delicious cocktails, great service and breathtaking panoramic views! We went for the:- STARTER 🐟 Citrus cured salmon, fennel, buttermilk 🐠 Mackerel, rhubarb, wasabi 🦆...Duck liver paté, onion chutney, truffle popcorn 🍅 Heritage tomato salad, tomato consommé (I wouldn’t usually go for a vegetarian starter but this was UNREAL) MAIN 🐓 Packington chicken, rainbow chard, sweetcorn, girolles 🍾 Roast spice monkfish, squid, sea aster, Champagne curry sauce (simply delicious) 🦪 Roast cod, leeks, mussels, sea herbs, saffron sauce x2 DESSERT 🍫 Textures of chocolate, honey, Tonka bean ice cream x2 🍯 Treacle tart, orange curd, sourdough ice cream EVERYTHING WAS JUST WOW. Definitely recommend here for any kind of special occasion or date! 🥂🍾✨ P.s. the waitresses were soooo friendly and attentive! 10/10 for service.More

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed 29 August 2021

This is an email I sent to Six after a very poor experience. I have given them a week to reply and nothing back at all. Kind of sums up their 'customer service'. My wife and I visited Six last night to celebrate our delayed...21st wedding anniversary. We arrived promptly at the gates to be greeted by a very friendly guard who confirmed our details and radioed ahead. On arrival at the restaurant we were greeted with a friendly welcome and showed to our table, The table wasn't dressed, just a tablecloth, staff then buzzed around laying out cutlery, plates napkins etc. this struck me as a bit unusual, but at that point I wasn't sure if this was a 'thing' at Six or not. It wasn't until the table had been set and I had time to settle into my seat that I noticed other tables around the restaurant were already set in advance of arriving guests. Clearly something had gone wrong here, not wishing to cause a fuss I thought I would mention it at the end of the evening. My wife and I started with a cocktail each and the waitress asked what we would like to order. I was having beef and enquired as to whether it came with any vegetables or if I needed to order any side dishes. The lady didn't know because 'they keep changing things', ok, so I then enquired about the selection of sides, potatoes and spring greens with pancetta where the options on offer. What are the spring greens I enquired? Not sure, cabbage I think came the response. My expectations were slipping rapidly at this point. Next onto the wine, chose a New Zealand Marlborough Sauvignon and after about 10 minutes the 'wine waiter' ultimately arrived with a bottle of French Sauvignon. Apparently they had 'run out' [no pun intended] of the Marlborough. Ok, that'll have to do then, the bottle was chilled, but not as chilled as it should have been so I asked for it to be put on ice. Not sure what the usual practice is with wine and keeping guests' glasses charged, but I am fairly certain it shouldn't be the responsibility of the guest to keep asking for a refill. The wine actually arrived mid-way through the first course, which is not quite the idea. The first course was delivered by a very smart waiter who described the dishes perfectly and we enjoyed them very much. Next we move on to the main courses. The dishes were dropped off, the waitress who dispensed mine tried to talk through the dish. It was laughable, she obviously felt uncomfortable doing so and before concluding her last mumbled sentence had already turned away from me and was heading off elsewhere The beef dish I had was lovely, beautifully cooked and full of flavour, but it was just warm, on the cusp of being too cold and being returned to the kitchen. After summoning the wine waiter over for replenishment he asked how things were and I mentioned in all honesty the experience thus far had been disappointing. Following this revelation Aimee came over for a chat. I ran through the issues, starting with the unset table, wine, the staff not understanding the menu and the warm beef. She offered to return the beef, which I declined as it was just edible and of course we wanted to eat together. She completely understood and accepted the points raised and made some excuses about staff training and that she has been brought in from Alchemilla to sort out the staff/service related issues. Then Kieran arrived at the table, I assume Aimee had mentioned the issues we had encountered. I replayed our evening of disappointment thus far, I don't recall him being overly apologetic, but he was understanding and generously agreed to not charge for the wine or dessert course. We had cheese and biscuits [as an aside £12 for the 3 slim slices of cheese is scandalous, you need to see what LaRock offers in this regard]. The cheese was delivered faultlessly by the waiter who served our first course, he's a keeper alright. So came the time to ask for the bill. It was delivered by someone new to the table, a young-ish girl, I checked the receipt and the wine, cheese and port had all kindly been removed in accordance with Kieran's suggestion. I then noted the service charge was still on the bill. Clearly this was something that should have been removed before being presented to us, given the well documented issues, but no, £11.19 for the privilege. I briefly explained to the waitress the issues we had this evening and told her I would not be paying the service charge. Now this is the part of the story that really got me going. The waitress looked a little lost with her credit card machine in hand and paused for a moment in a state of confusion. She then saw I had a phone on the table and asked me to open my calculator and work out the amount she needed to charge. Had I not been so taken aback by this request I might with a more rational mind considered taking advantage of this kind offer to conclude the amount less the service charge came to £10.99. Alas this did not happen and I asked the lady to find Aimee. Aimee came over as did Kieran plus a few other rubberneckers to witness my consternation and utter disbelief about what had just happened. Having again shared a quick precis of events with the addition of the latest gaucherie, the mood of the staff changed. Kieran became argumentative and defensive and in the end I couldn't get out of the place fast enough. I requested the names of the main protagonists in this story, Kieran and Aimee, presumably the most senior people in the restaurant. The other actors bar the chap who served our first and last courses are the nameless villains in this shambolic episode. Other than the one waiter I have mentioned, the most outstanding individual last night was the poor fellow who stood out in the cold welcoming guests in and bidding them a goodnight. He would be a shining star amongst the chaotic, disorganised and miserable front of house staff I had the unfortunate pleasure of meeting last night. I don't know if we were just unlucky, others in the restaurant appeared to be having a great time, but for a restaurant that purports to be a 'fine dining' establishment it fell woefully short. I do hope you can resolve these issues, as the location is great and the food was also good. In addition to the points raised above we have the following additional items for consideration: 1. Very limited wine list, even before the stock-out situation 2. Limited range of cocktails on offer 3. No indication of vegetarian options on the menu 4. The room was far too hot To say we are disappointed would be an understatement.More

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed 22 August 2021 via mobile

Superb location overlooking Trent Bridge cricket ground and the city. Friendly efficient team very welcoming and accommodating nothing too much trouble However the menu and food was out of this world such exquisite tastes and combinations very talented chefs and team

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed 25 July 2021 via mobile

Poor service chef not very helpful at first the Beef was not really good quality chewy All of the desserts were very good we where really looking forward to going for this family meal with the poor service & quality we will not be returning

Date of visit: July 2021
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