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“Great food and entertainment ”

Broadway Cinema/Cafe Bar, Nottingham
Ranked #8 of 59 Fun & Games in Nottingham
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great food in the cafe before seeing a film. We ordered the a pizza and burger from a wide selection and specials on the board, wow. The pizza was delicious and the burger was superb, absolutely delicious. Portions were spot on and a great selection for vegetarians. Great selection of local beers, soft drinks and teas which we took through to the show. Great night out for friends and family.

Thank camnoj
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Relaxing cinema in a buzzing atmosphere that offers a range of services other than films. The films on show include all the latest releases but include the silver screen - including films from past eras plus continental films of excellent quality with subtitles - well worth a try. You can hire a relaxing room, with sofas giant bean bags etc, for your own private screening with friends or family. On top of that there's an excellent restaurant offering foods and Well worth a visit! Good for meeting with friends and family or simply going individually.

Thank Domdomdomdom_13
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Visited this cinema again. It is our favourite in Nottingham as it’s small, independent and they give good discount for seniors. They also have a ‘silver screen’ session on a Thursday for seniors but we prefer the normal sessions.
There are 4 screens and they have a mix of blockbusters and arty films.
There is an upstairs bar and downstairs cafe/bar. These serve simple OK food.

Thank David A
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

Use the cafe quite a lot. A great place to meet, even if you're not seeing a film. It has a wonderful community spirit and attracts all ages. Good for coffee and cake.

Thank Diane P
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Reviewed 12 March 2018

Its a very friendly place, located on a cool street with lots of independant bars and restaurants. i particularly like Broadway because its connected towards Europe Cinema(s) offering a lot of arthouse movies as well as great block busters! A tip is when you are student, take your student ID with you as you go (in 2018) for 6 Sterling to the film! Great atmosphere, Would recommend to check in advance though if there are screenings where you are interested in as its not a non stop cinema!

Thank Sohail B
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