Dating back to 1596, this old-fashioned English pub and restaurant was originally a hostelry. It's an interesting building with a large choice of drinking and eating areas, and old flagstone floors and large settles create a comfortingly historic atmosphere. Now owned by Scottish & Newcastle, it concentrates on serving a select choice of traditional meals. The Sunday carvery offers a limited choice so that quality is not compromised and fast service is guaranteed. There are fresh daily specials and a wide choice of bar snacks. Family meals are served until 8:00p.
The Lord Clifden is a popular, award-winning pub and restaurant in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. The pub bills itself as an "urban art bar, " displaying artworks from well-known street artists like Banksy and Obey. As for the offerings, aside from the continental lagers on tap (seven, to be exact,) The Lord Clifden is one of only two pubs in the city with Budvar Yeast. Patrons also very much enjoy the slushy ciders which are perfect to enjoy in the garden on a nice day. You won't go hungry at The Lord Clifden either, with one of the most popular breakfasts in the city, as well as a selection of juicy burgers. The six large screens ensure that The Lord Clifden is always a good choice for sports viewing. Please note there may be dress codes or cover charges depending on when you visit.
The Queen Elizabeth is a wonderful inn where you are treated to quintessential British hospitality. The building that this institution calls home is from the 16th Century thus making culture an inseparable characteristic of The Queen Elizabeth. The inn is home to the Village Bar where patrons can enjoy local beer, it's rustic charm makes this bar quite special and especially worthy of a visit on a warm evening. The Castle Lounge at The Queen Elizabeth is a contemporary corner which sometimes entertains patrons with live music and is also extended for private events. Finally, the Queen's Dining Room is where you can witness all the culinary magic. Fresh ingredients and authenticity in taste are common throughout all their dishes.
Village-centre inn with waterside bar.
Experience Indian hospitality and rich flavors at Hall Green’s Raja Monkey. Serving culinary treats from across the country, the menu is dominated by Indian street foods. With a variety of delectable Indian cuisines, the eatery has a traditional rustic décor. Indulge in special thalis or platters, each having diverse dishes, from curries and dal to breads like naan. You can savor a hearty meal at pocket friendly rates at this cozy eatery.
Well maintained traditional inn with lots of exposed beams inside.