Fantastic time and really great staff, nothing was too much trouble. Best food we have had in a very long time.
Our Nottingham bistrot was the first to open its doors in 1994 and is located on Milton Street, right in the heart of the city centre.
We embrace French culture and love of food and celebrate all that is great about French cuisine. All of our dishes are freshly prepared in our bistrots by our chefs, using a mix of artisan provincial ingredients and carefully selected locally sourced ingredients, in the style of typical continental bistrots.
Housed in a former bank, the building was built at the turn of the century and today we use the old bank's vaults as a dry store. They're certainly an unusual kitchen addition, but they make a great walk in pantry!
David joined our team in 1996 as our Derby restaurant opened its doors. Over the years he worked through the ranks to become General Manager for 5 years. After a short break to gain some non-Pierre experience he has now returned and taken on the role of General Manager at Nottingham. David is also our Mr Christmas, responsible for the decorations in all Bistrots.
Worked in a number of roles in the kitchen since he joined the business in December 2005. First as Chef de Partie, then after a short career break in 2006 he returned to the business as Senior Chef de Partie. In 2007 Nirav was promoted to Junior Sous and then Sous Chef in 2008, before being made Head Chef late 2008.
Monday to Friday, 11.30am to 3.00pm
Saturday, 11.30am to 3.30pm
Sunday, 11:30am to 3:30pm
Monday to Thursday, 5.30pm to 10.00pm
Friday and Saturday, 5.30pm to 11.00pm
Sunday, 5.30pm to 10.00pm
At lunchtimes we only take bookings for eight or more people. However, we do accept bookings for smaller parties on special occasions such as Mothering Sunday, Father’s Day and over Christmas.
Bank Holiday Monday opening hours are the same as Sunday opening hours.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to Le Bistrot Pierre – why not visit our menus section and decide what you're going to eat and drink?