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Ye Olde Bulls Head, Oldbury

18 Birmingham Street
B69 4DS
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claudia yap left this review about The Bulls Head

Claudia's Caribbean Kitchen will will be catering for all your needs. A well talked about Chef with one of her recipes currently being featured on the famous Linda McCartney website. Our menus varies from British Traditional, Asian, Thai and American/Mexican.
Claudia's Caribbean sources products locally and are members of the Heart of England Fine Foods where producers produces high quality foods at affordable prices.

The venue has live entertainment and we can cater for parties, hot and cold buffets for all occasions.
Look forward to seeing you at our launch date onf 1st May 2011. To find out more just visit us.

On 4th April 2011 - no rating submitted
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Soup Dragon left this review about The Bulls Head

The exterior is half black and white timber and half pilaster and brick, though it all looks stuck onto the front of a brick building (painted since pic).

The interior had a bar, with dart board, seemingly dazzling white, as i walked past and went into the two tier and larger lounge. This was red and white plain walls, with a few scattered old pictures, with a pool table and Sky TV for racing, followed by music (though at a decent level). It was a little grubby, but had a nice fireplace. The service was friendly, as were the locals, and the place wasnt empty, with a mixed clientele.

Beer; usual tosh really, though Brew XI keg was on, with Banks's MILD smooth, which was ok

A bog standard kind of place, so I guess, with the ales available in the Waggon & Horses around the corner, you just wouldn't really bother popping in here.

On 27th August 2009 - no rating submitted
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20th Jan 2015, 19:59
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20th Jan 2015, 19:44
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