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The Trent Bridge Inn, West Bridgford - pub details

Trent Bridge Inn
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Address: Radcliffe Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 6AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21797) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nottingham (0.9 miles), Netherfield (2.9 miles), Carlton (3.2 miles)

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user reviews of the Trent Bridge Inn, West Bridgford

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5 most recent reviews of 22 shown - see all reviews

Another pleasant visit to this pub. Service was quicker than last years visit. Good ales on again. This spoons also still accepts the camra discount card which surprised me a little as other spoons pubs I had been in this year had only been accepting the vouchers. So that was pleasing.
Good banter between football supporters with no problems. Handy starting point near the football grounds and next door to the cricket ground.
markredfox73 - 11 Mar 2013 10:59
Very nice looking spoons pub by the cricket ground. good quality ales on offer.i did like all the cricket themed painting and pictures on the wall. camra cards were welcome as well as the 50p off vouchers which was handy,so ale was cheap.
the service was slightly slow even though 4 staff shouldve managed at 11am in the morning..the pub wasnt busy at the time,but still a good visit and would happily return for a few jars again.
markredfox73 - 8 Mar 2012 11:39
Like the last reviewer I've lived in Nottingham for several decades and the last time I visited the TBI, which was quite a few years ago, it was a bit rough.

JDW have done an excellent refurb job and for this midday visit the place was fairly busy with a mixed clientelle including some "ladies who lunch".

The Trent Bridge bitter was very good and I didn't have to wait so long I needed a haircut as in some other JDW establishments. This is now a pub to return to rather than avoid.
8100bob - 18 Nov 2011 12:02
Lived in Nottingham for 47 years and never been in the TBI!! that all changed on Saturday when we popped in after visiting a couple of Castle Rock pubs in Bridgeford. Spoons have made a great job of refurbishing this venerable old pub, the wooden floor in the back bar is particularly impressive. Several decent real ales on tap as you would expect from a JDW. Can't remember what I had as the effects of the Nottingham beer festival were kicking in. The nasty lemon & lime girls beer was in evidence and we had to give a taster a try...Nasty, nasty, nasty, don't do it. Nice staff, decent decor, worth a visit.
427scr - 17 Oct 2011 13:09
Well, the all new TBI has reopened as a JDW house. And what a surprise it is. They've really gone to town on it and made it very nice inside. Lots of separate drinking areas, plenty of seating and a very good selection of beers available.

The usual good value but no frills food is there if you're hungry, but it's the building and the beer you really go for.
twohalves - 28 Jun 2011 22:08

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