Kitchen closed at half eight. Ain't got time for adventurers who crave for something good after a long day.
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The name comes from the year the building was constructed. Very good Italian food. Might need reservations as it is small but they accommodated us without. Very pleasant service.
Having heard of the place and it's good food reputation After a long day which included yoga at Media City , shopping at the Trafford centre a climb up the Hills near Castleton we decided to have a meal The food and service was fantastic...More
We stopped by 1530 late on Monday and read through the menu. Definitely had to visit so, having already made our selection we returned on Tuesday evening with our taste buds salivating at the thought. Oh NO.... Closed on Tuesdays. Not to worry the wait...More
Had a lovely meal whilst staying in Castleton for 2 days. Had lots to choose from the menu. We had a sharing plate for starters and pasta seafood linguini and a meat pasta dish. All washed down with a nice bottle of chianti. Reasonable prices...More
We were staying in Edale and wanted to venture out a bit and this was just perfect, Castleton was lovely and we had a drink in the pub down the road before dinner. We visited with our daughter, the selection was great, service was quick...More
After a rainy day that had stopped us venturing out, the rain finally stopped and we headed to 1530 for a pizza. it was monday so the pizzas were well priced and we got served promptly. The pizzas themselves were nicely presented and tasted fine,...More
We tried to book earlier in the day, left a message and they returned my call about 4pm - offered to fit us in on a table next to the kitchen. Was a little dubious, but need not have worried. We enjoyed watching the team...More
Situated on the main road in Castleton 1530 is nicely located for anyone staying in the town or nearby. We stayed in Castleton for 2 nights and booked 1530 for the first evening. Our intention was to have a pub meal on the second night...More
We shared a variety of tapas and cheesy garlic bread with a bottle of house red. Shared a yummy chocolate brownie caramel cheesecake. Good value at £45. Restaurant busy for a Wednesday but staff great and not a long wait for the food. Menu looked...More