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Las Iguanas, Birmingham Central, Birmingham

Pub added by peter ashworth
39-40 Temple Street
Birmingham
B2 5DP
Phone: 01216433378

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Reviews (Current Rating Average: 6 of 10) Add Review see review guidelines


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Delboy 20 left this review about Las Iguanas

More of a restaurant than a bar but you can just have a drink if you like. I did and the Brahma was exactly as expected! Not really my cup of tea but I have been in worse!

On 12th August 2018 - no rating submitted
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Danny O'Revey left this review about Temple Street Social

Interesting almost experimental pub for central Birmingham. There is a modern terazzo floor, plastic canteen seating and then some arm chairs. There is a more formal restaurant area with slidey doors, black woden seating and more arm chairs to the front window overlooking the mainly pedestrian Temple Street hill, but also contains a table football machine & dart board! Led Zepplin was being played in the background.

Strange mix and doesn't quite work. One real ale, Bath Gem, was ok.

On 8th July 2014 - rating: 6
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Soup Dragon left this review about Temple Street Social

Housed on the ground floor of Somerset House, a 30s stone office block. I am not sure of the former use of the room, but it has a revolving door, so it may have been a bank! The interior has a single square-ish room, with a side area that was occupied by a private party, so I didn't really see it. The decor is brown, light blue, with white tile floor and white seating. There is a small island serving bar and the place does food. There was no music and there were a couple of TVs, one a retractable large screen, showing the footy. The place was pretty busy, with the party and a younger, mixed crowd. Beer; usual taps, with a few continental lagers, including Peroni, and a decent enough Wells Bombardier. A better drinks choice than I expected, happy enough to have popped in for one.

On 2nd March 2014 - no rating submitted
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