The Larwood & Voce Pub & Kitchen is a light and airy pub / restaurant that has become a firm favourite amongst West Bridgford folk. Various areas of the bar and restaurant can be sectioned off for exclusive use. The restaurant area maintains an air of 'busy calm' with a professional and dedicated front-of-house team keeping the ball rolling. The dining experience is respectfully informal - think gastropub without the pretension, relaxed and unassuming. The Larwood & Voce is one of four establishments owned by The Moleface Pub Co. The others being: The Wollaton Pub & Kitchen, The Lord Nelson Pub & Kitchen and The Royal Oak Pub & Kitchen.
Plenty of wood, mixed fabrics and leather combine with muted reds and greens to bring a homely yet modern feel. A fantastically vibrant atmosphere at busy times is juxtaposed with a feeling of 'reading room' calm on quieter days. On whatever day you visit however, you will be in the very capable hands of The Larwood brigade. A team of chefs dedicated to authentic flavours and constant improvement, work in harmony with the seasons, whilst the front of house team bring it all together beautifully.
Accolades have come thick and fast to the Larwood:
Observer Food Monthly Best Pub Food in 2008
Observer Food Monthly Best Sunday Roast runner up in 2009, 2010,2011 and 2012
…indeed the reputation of The Larwood Sunday roast has spread far and wide with booking advisable. For larger parties, carving is carried out at your table by one of the chefs. The rest of the week features Daily Specials, a weekly Lunch and Dinner menu, Breakfast and Saturday Brunch menus as well as a variety of regular offers and events such as Baby Cakes, Ladies Night and Steak Night.
With a consistent approach to quality and customer service our restaurant has proved a firm favourite for special occasions such as St Valentine's Day, Mother's Day and Father's Day.
In the near future a smoke house is planned - making freshly smoked fish available to diners across the Moleface group.
Quality extends to outside catering - our award winning buffets are available for weddings, birthdays, wakes, christenings etc. Exclusive hire of the premises is available for functions and raised sections of the bar and restaurant can be reserved exclusively.
For wine lovers an extensive and carefully chosen list will delight - a large proportion are available by the glass.
The Larwood and Voce occasionally hosts live music on a Friday or Saturday night and charity quizzes on a Sunday evening.
Children of all ages are very welcome in the restaurant however we do ask that they are supervised at all times and remain at your table whenever possible. Baby changing facilities are provided.
Bare wood floors, an eclectic mix of comfortable sofas, chairs and stools, make for a convivial and friendly atmosphere that can be elevated to frenetic on sporting occasions - The Larwood sits within the grounds of Trent Bridge Cricket Ground and very close to Nottingham Forest and Notts County football clubs.
Local and national hand-pulled ales sits alongside a selection of draught, lagers, bitters and cider, bottled beers, cocktails and a wide range of spirits and liqueurs. The bar area caters for crowds watching Sky Sports or new parents enjoying a get-together for our regular Baby Cakes morning. There is plentiful outside seating on raised decking for those lazy summer evenings - with heaters of course!
Dan Cramp, General Manager has been with The Moleface Pub Co for many years and his highly experienced team bring a degree of passion and dedication very rarely found in a pub these days. Nicky Thompson - Young Head Chef of the Year 2008 has been with the Moleface Pub Co. for over 5 years and previously worked for Gordon Ramsay and Gary Rhodes.
The Larwood & Voce Pub & Kitchen is tucked away in the corner of Trent Bridge Cricket Ground - one of the most famous test grounds in the world - the Notts and England cricketing legends Harold and Bill are what lend the pub its name. Nearby are two of the oldest football clubs in the world: Nottingham Forest and Notts County. Just up the road is west Bridgford town centre - a thriving area of up-market shops whilst in the other direction is the river Trent - a popular area for leisure activities such as rowing, cycling and fishing.