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Cafe Bar Contemporary, Nottingham - pub details

Cafe Bar Contemporary
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Address: Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery, Weekday Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 2GB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 41640) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nottingham (0.3 miles), Netherfield (2.9 miles), Carlton (3.1 miles)

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user reviews of Cafe Bar Contemporary, Nottingham

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Found it a bit soul less and too much like a Canteen for me and couldn't relax.
Making quality of Food and Drinks irrelevant.
nivramkram - 22 Jul 2011 19:23
Have been here twice now. Nice food but a bit overpriced for the portion sizes. Food is served on weird slate platters. They really need to get some more highchairs. They only have 2 highchairs for quite a large eating area with lots of families. On the most recent visit we managed to find a highchair only to be told by the management that it had been reserved by another family, who had arrived after us, and the chair was promptly taken away! They also need to sort out the heating of baby food: they seem to think it safer to provide a cannister (a wine cooler) of boiling water for you to fish the baby food in/out of than put the baby food in their microwave for 20 seconds! They (jokingly) said that they food would turn radioative if it was put in their microwave: not very funny!
Eddikins - 14 Aug 2010 22:46
I was pleasantly surprised by this place, most art gallery cafes are quite boring & badly run, but not in this case. The service is good (importantly unpretentious!), the decor is quirky & maybe not to everyone's taste, but I quite like the exposed concrete in the interior of the buildling & it's refreshing among the identikit Ha Ha/Living Room type places in the area. The food is excellent, though moderate portioning as opposed to 'fill your face', I thoroughly recommend the fish & chips (it's all in the batter). Furthermore it offers the oppurtunity to enjoy a really nice pint of Castle Rock ale in an outdoor space, away from the throngs of say, the Canalhouse on a sunny day.
tristan.ash - 29 Apr 2010 14:58
A great escape from the city centre zoo on weekend nights! I've seen some really good bands there e.g Manieres Des Bohemians (amazing fiddle player). Well kept Castle Rock Ale, good coffee & loose leaf tea, plus a nice sunny terrace for the afternoons.
PippiFoxington - 29 Apr 2010 13:27

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