Pub Food in Birmingham
Seeking some enticing food from the city's reliable watering holes? Look no further than our essential guide to pub food in Birmingham. We've assembled a list of the best options available so for those of you in need of some hearty tucker, check out our selection of venues for pub food in Birmingham.
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The menu consists of sandwiches, jacket potatoes, soups, salads and burgers, all at very reasonable prices.
Upper Gough Street, Mailbox, Birmingham, B1 1JG
On the food menu there are baguettes, jacket potatoes, breakfasts, paninis and giant Yorkshire puddings filled with bangers and gravy.
123 Hurst Street, Birmingham, B5 6SE
(0121) 622 5077
Since Garden House belongs to the Chef and Brewer group, a great menu can be expected.
160 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, BIRMINGHAM, B16 9NX
(01216) 674 952
The menu comprises sandwiches and salads alongside more hearty dishes such as duck leg confit with redcurrant jus.
176 Edmund Street, BIRMINGHAM, B3 2HB
The menu includes such delicacies as faggots with mash and peas and steak and kidney pie.
54-56 Hurst Street, BIRMINGHAM, B5 4TD
On the food front there’s jacket potatoes, salads, sandwiches and burgers and you can get a full breakfast too.
27 The Priory Queensway, BIRMINGHAM, B4 7LL
(0121) 236 2035
The comprehensive food menu covers sandwiches and wraps for between £5 and £7, salads and burgers as well as mains such as fish pie.
Brindley Place, The Waters Edge, Birmingham, B1 2HL
(0121) 633 3049
While The Soak is first and foremost another strong adherent to typical pub grub traditions (e.g. scampi and chips or sausage and mash) the quality is slightly higher than many of its local counterparts.
563-569 Bristol Road, Selly Oak, BIRMINGHAM, B29 6AF
(0121) 471 4011