The Herbert Kilpin | 10 Bridlesmith Walk, Nottingham NG1 2HB
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Tuesday March 9th to Sunday March 12th

Join us for a week long celebration/investigation, call it what you like, of craft beer as an amazing ingredient. The dishes below take some of our favourite craft beers and some of our favourite food and multiply them to make a double favourite craft beer menu.


Breakfast stack: pork sausage patty, black pudding, streaky bacon, fried egg, tomato, sourdough toast £6.50


English Muffin, poached eggs & hollandaise with bacon, ham, smoked salmon or spinach £6.00


Waffles, blueberries, banana, whipped pecan butter, maple syrup £5.50

12 -3pm, 5-9:30pm

Black Iris Kilpin Pale Ale and white onion soup, Lincolnshire Poacher & Pioneer ISA beer bread £4.00


Fuggles hop crusted sashimi tuna, nam jim, Freedom Four tempura shallots & rocket £7.00


Falafel, avocado, harissa, Reuben’s Crikey IPA aioli, tortilla £5.00


Fever Tree Ginger Beer braised pig cheek, curried cauliflower, eattle Dry Cider gel, crackling £6.00


Magic Rock High Wire Grapefruit Pale Ale cured sea trout, caramelized grapefruit, onion pakora £6.00


Scuttlebutt Porter cured duck ham, chicken liver custard,

drunken blackberries, duck skin popcorn £7.00

12-3pm, 5-9:30pm

Roasted duck breast and duck leg lollipop, Delirium Red hoi sin, filthy taters, chilli greens £14.00


Silver City Cold One Pilsner braised lamb shoulder, dirty mash, lamb faggot, Goose Fair peas £12.00


Fish Tacos: monkfish cheeks, curry sauce, Reuben’s Crikey IPA aioli, coconut & coriander chutney £9.00


Magic Rock Fantasma braised & pot roasted cauliflower, burnt cauliflower, wild garlic (gf) (v) £9.00


Burger: beer gravy dipped 8oz beef & pork patty, roast field mushroom, Fierce Café Racer rarebit, brioche bun £10.50

with a smile

Chilli greens (v) £3.25

Dirty mash (not v) £3.25

Buffalo fries (v) £3.25

Seasonal slaw salad (gf) (v) £3.25

for tables, call 0115 948 4743 or email #thekilpin

Welcome to The Herbert Kilpin

10, Bridlesmith Walk Nottingham NG1 2HB

A beautiful and iconic old building in the heart of Nottingham’s city centre, unloved for over twenty years, The Herbert Kilpin is enjoying a new and and exciting lease of life as an independent free house.


The Herbert Kilpin shares a hidden back yard beer garden with is neighbouring ‘brother’ Junkyard. The offering, however, is completely different.

The Herbert Kilpin delivers something that contrasts as well as complements Junkyard. Nottingham is blessed with many old and historic pubs but we always felt that there was a need for an urban and contemporary pub in Nottingham’s city centre.


We like to to think of The Herbert Kilpin/Junkyard as an urban version of two village pubs which share a common village green – people can mingle yet choose where they get their drinks and food from.

Where does the name come from The Herbert Kilpin name recognises the life of one of Nottingham’s largely undiscovered heroes. During the build process we were blown away when we heard the story about Nottingham-born Herbert Kilpin – it felt like fate.


We had to celebrate Herbert’s life, his adventure and his pioneer spirit by naming the pub after him. It’s an amazing fit, we invite everyone to take the time to learn more about one of the city’s quiet greats.

 0115 948 4743 #thekilpin