The Cross Keys

The Cross Keys


0.5 miles
15 Byard Lane, Nottingham, NG1 2GJ

Steeped in hundreds of years of history and renovated to the highest standard, The Cross Keys is one of Nottingham’s finest watering holes.

The venue boasts a fantastic range of quality beer and wine, including seven hand-pulled real ales and a wide range of craft beer. The food menu is essentially British-based, with an extensive breakfast selection served early every day that includes locally sourced, award-winning sausages and signature eggs Benedict, alongside some different additions such as the vegan breakfast with smashed avocado and sprouting beans. The locally famous Sunday Best lunch menu is incredibly popular, so booking is advised for this weekend treat.

The menus are varied to suit all tastes and occasions; expect a wide range of vegetarian and vegan dishes, as well as homemade traditional pub snacks. Lunch includes a variety of light bites, sandwiches, salads, and omelettes with classic and contemporary mains taking care of evening meals. Don’t overlook the delicious selection of homemade burgers, and be sure to finish with something from the dessert menu.

Recently restored, this beautiful Victorian building has warm, cosy, traditional decor with modern elements. The spacious outdoor areas are perfect for watching the busy city on warm days. The beautiful private dining room located above the pub is available for private hire, and caters for parties, meetings and events, as well as for intimate dining from the regular menu and tailored buffets.

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