Restaurant

Bistrot Pierre

1 local recommends ·

Tips from locals

Len
Len
May 13, 2015
Really good French bistro cooking. In the evenings you need to book ahead as it is very popular. Does really good lunch time set menu's that are great value.

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Location
13-17 Milton Street
Nottingham, NG1 3EN
Phone0115 941 2850