Soulville Steakhouse restaurants recreate the spirit of the Motown era. With genuine Wurlitzer jukeboxes that are free to use, you can create the soundtrack of your night, as well as ordering from a selection of tremendous home-cooked American-style food.
Each table is named after a soul singer, and has their biography on the table for you to read while we freshly prepare your meal.
Get 25% off our dinnertime menu every day before 5pm, or 15% off between 5pm and 7pm, from Sunday to Friday.
We also offer a 2 and 3 course set lunch menu.
Our customers come back to dine with us time and time again, for the atmosphere in our restaurants as well as our superb food.
The Chesterfield restaurant has been open for three and a half years and is situated in the historic Falcon Yard on the corner of South Street. It utilises an old bare brick building with large double wooden doors to the side. We understand it to be the original stables for the horse-drawn fire engines that were situated next door in what was the old Victorian fire station, which has now been replaced by the County Library.
The Nottingham restaurant has been open in the city centre for over eight years and is situated in a Grade II listed building, which was formerly the Elite Picture Theatre, originally opened on 22nd August 1921 with Mary Pickford in Pollyanna. The first talking film to be shown in Nottingham was also played at the Elite. All of the theatre’s original ornate plasterwork is still hidden behind the walls of The Soulville.
Large bar areas in both restaurants serving reasonably-priced refreshments
All steaks are British, traceably sourced mainly from Derbyshire or Angus cattle.
Both restaurants have full disabled access and facilities
Free Wi-Fi available on request
Delicious vegetarian options available
Specialise in hosting large parties and groups of up to 50 people
Open every day of the year except Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year's Day
Full table service provided from start to finish