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Goose At The Fighting Cocks, Moseley - pub details

Goose At The Fighting Cocks

Address: 1 St Marys Row, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands, B13 8HW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10481) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Small Heath (1.9 miles), Bordesley (1.9 miles), University (2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.3/10 (rated by 43 users)
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The Fighting Cocks occupies an imposing building on the main road through Moseley. The inside was nice enough, but didn't quite match the interior. The ale selection was better than average, but couldn't quite match the Prince of Wales. On was Purity Ubu, Robinsons Trooper, Sharps Doom Bar & Shepherd Neame No. 18 Yard Red Sails. Cider was Orchard Pig Explorer. Service was slow, with lots of staff milling around and not doing too much. Customers were younger than average. The pub had more of a trendy feel to it than others in Moseley. Food seemed popular. Good pub. But a little disappointing after the Prince of Wales.
blue_scrumpy - 22 Jun 2015 20:00
Agree with all of the previous reviewers this pub has a very overated sense of importance - however in my opinion it isnt keeping up with The Prince OF Wales - Evidence :
1. Choice Of Ales not impressive for Moseley - Doom bar not well kept
2. When I have gone in I never stay for another beer
3. Visibly the most expensive in Moseley
4. Being Middle Aged and fat I find it difficult to get served
5 . Pub closes at 10.30 sharp on Sundays . Now the publican is entitled to do this but the Security Staff state that they are complying with Local Licencing Laws - can the licencee please employ door staff that qualified this century please .
Biffabacon - 15 Jul 2014 20:57
Went in here last week for the first time in nearly two years. Some things never change.
I'd probably still be waiting for a drink if I hadn't turned around and walked out, after what seemed like an hour. It was probably more like 5 minutes to be honest, but unacceptable for early evening nontheless.......
beertalk - 19 Nov 2013 14:28
Beer not bad, However if your not a prity person with a posh accent staff will ignore you. Aggree with previous poster full of trendys os all age. Food is expensive.
blenheim - 27 May 2013 20:18
This pub has changed style and ownership so many times over the last 22 years. At present as others have said it is way over priced, often frequented by try hard trendies and also boasts some of the worst toilets in Birmingham.
Beer is ok and the wine list good but over priced.
They also insist on having a DJ playing sing along indie tracks.
Tom.herl - 27 May 2013 14:54

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