Best Pub Lunches In Birmingham
Rain or shine, we all know that the heart longs for a hearty pub lunch and that's why we've put together a list of the very best to be found in the UK's second biggest city. From traditional pubs serving locally sourced meat to independent venues with a quirky take on a pub lunch, there's plenty of great food in store. Check out our recommendations for the most delish pub lunches in Birmingham.
Nestled in the hustle and bustle of the business district, The Florence is a perfect escape for a quick meal. Whether you're looking to grab a bite to eat between work hours or you fancy swinging by for a Sunday roast, it's one of the best pubs in Birmingham city centre.
Known for their epic pub quizzes based on TV shows and film, The Old Crown also supplies all your dining needs. Start off with a delicious pint of beer or glass of wine, followed by a main from a seasonally changing menu - think hearty burgers and veggie soups.
For a pub lunch in Birmingham city centre, The Distillery is an excellent choice. Make your way over to the cosy pub for tantalising gin drinks, alongside a range of scrumptious nibbles and mains - we're talking vegan burgers and an array of pizza choices.
Located in Moseley Village is one of the cosiest pubs, One Trick Pony. Their grub features a variety of comfort eats and vegan alternatives such as their vegan fried chicken burger, messy nachos and delicious pizzas. In addition, you can nab two sides for £4.50 if you're still peckish.
Sometimes all it takes is a hearty traditional meal in a cosy pub and the troubles just seem to wash away. The Fighting Cocks in Moseley promise both thanks to their selection of seasonal dishes and cracking pub grub that make eating out in Birmingham a relaxed affair.
The Lord Clifden pretty much offers everything you could want from a pub lunch in Birmingham. After some hearty, delicious burgers? They've got you covered. Hangover-destroying roast dinners? Of course. A tonne of wonderful British pub classics? You know they do.
When it comes to fabulous watering holes in Edgbaston, The White Swan boasts showcases swish interiors, a fancy cocktail menu and delish fare. For something a little lusher, stop here for duck salads, fresh seabass and ribeye steak sandwiches.
One of the best gastro pubs in Birmingham city centre, Bacchus Bar has more to offer than just good drinks and quirky interiors. Along with themed rooms (including a cool Egyptian one) the venue slings out yummy lunch options - think sharing platters and sandwiches.
The Old Joint Stock Theatre doesn't just offer the best pub food in Birmingham city centre, it also acts as your pre-meal to many of the amazing performances that take place within. Not only are there are plays and live music to get stuck into, the Victorian building plays host to dinner events as well.
Unlike any other pub lunch you've had before, The Barton Arms promise some of the most exotic grub in the city. A unique and unusual menu to be found in such a classic, Edwardian pub, their express Thai lunch boasts a starter and main for £10.95, oh and some of the best real ale.
The Rose Villa Tavern makes for a great spot to take in the city as it goes by. A quirky venue boasting traditional stone features and emerald green tile work, it also whips up a whole host of burgers, hot dogs and other delish grub to match.
Hands down one of the best gastro pubs in Birmingham, The Plough is a true purveyor of the fine art of lunching, thanks to their cracking selection of dishes. From traditional roast dinners to hearty beef burgers that any good American diner would be envious of, the venue is high up on our lists.
Did you know that this pub-cum-music venue in Birmingham has a tasty surprise up its sleeve? While The Hare and Hounds does promise a great selection of fresh brewed beer, it also promises a cracking menu of triple-decker sandwiches and loaded jacket potatoes. All less than a tenner.