Le Bistrot Pierre in Nottingham is located opposite Victoria Centre in the city centre. The restaurant is a fancy French restaurant selling simple expensive nosh. The place is popular with young and old. During the day the place is packed with OAP'S as they get discounts from the lunch menu.
We came in here on a Thursday night and it was fairly busy. There were two of us and we ordered just a two course meal and a bottle of wine. For starters we had pate with toast and a Smoked Salmon Salad. For mains we had a Gourmet Burger and a Steak served with Chips. No room for dessert so we just paid for our bill. Nearly £50 just for what we had, we found this to be expensive for quite a simple starter and mains.
Anyway, lets get our moneys worth by visiting the sh*tters.
The Le Bistro loos are located to the back of the restaurant.
Quite a nice surprise upon entering. A nice modern looking toilet here. We didn't have time to photograph all of the loo but we did get a snap of the urinals.
Check em out, multi coloured urinals.These unique urinals are called "Gloo", they are manufactured by Philip Watts Design, a "creative design and build company" based in Nottingham.
An expensive pretentious Frenchy restaurant. But the loos are worth a visit just to view the urinals.
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