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Slug & Lettuce, Birmingham Central, Birmingham

Pub added by Soup Dragon
Brindley Place
B1 2HL
Phone: 01216333049

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Slug & Lettuce

Bright, shiny, modern bar / restaurant with a split-level interior separated by three steps. Also has a few tables out in the pedestrianised area for the better weather. The handpumps have now disappeared, unfortunately, and the keg range is nothing to write home about either, so made do with an overpriced Hop House lager (£4.80).

On 30th July 2017 - rating: 5
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hondo . left this review about The Slug & Lettuce

Large open plan interior serving 2 real ales and food.

On 2nd August 2015 - no rating submitted
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Danny O'Revey left this review about The Slug & Lettuce

mainly a food place but also caters for drinkers. Dark, modern, moody space, quite big & near canal bridge to International Convention Centre. Lots of dark wood furniture, floor & bar. Some high stools/tables in the middle with padded dining chairs elsewhere.

Lots of different modern lighting. Chic-ish.

Its ok, a bit something & nothing, but an extra mark for having real ale, as this type of chainy place usually plays it safe with standard drinks with little thought or effort needed.

On 20th July 2015 - rating: 6
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Slug & Lettuce

A modern brick build offered by this 'bar' chain; luckily i saw it at night.

The interior is open plan on two levels, with a mainly wood floor and walls mainly red and white, except for one which seemed to be some montage of bits of left over wood. The place has the comfy seating and, already, a silver Christmas tree by the door. Music is loud charty stuff. The service was fine, despite pouring a pint of Leffe. The clientele are the twenties crowd, who seemed content with the place.

Beer; tap stuff with a couple of real ales on handpull, Flowers IPA and Sharpe's Doombar. The Doombar was poor.

It isnt my kind of place, but it seemed popular with those tahe don't care about beer (this isn't a crime), 20-somethings and those trying to recapture their youth (this is).

On 15th November 2009 - no rating submitted
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