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The Selly Park Tavern, Selly Oak - pub details

Address: 592, Pershore Road, Selly Oak, Birmingham, West Midlands, B29 7HQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 17422) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations University (0.9 miles), Selly Oak (1.2 miles), Bournville (1.6 miles)

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Nice enough pub. But there was quite a wait to be served on Saturday evening and most tables had empty glasses on them. Unsurprisingly they were running out of glasses behind the bar. It certainly seems like they need a few more staff. Ales were Harviestoun Old Engine Oil, Purity Ubu, Brakspear Bitter, Cotleigh Uncle Sam & Sharps Doom Bar. The interior is a typical Ember Inns one. It's one large room with standard d├ęcor. Although a number of beams and partitions help create separate drinking environments. The pub has a large car park with a bowling green at the rear and a separate skittle alley that appeared to be in use during our visit.
blue_scrumpy - 25 Jan 2016 18:39
Nice pub with typical Enber Inns decor no problems there. Great range of ales but I could not sample them because the bar staff were too engaged in pandering to the locals to notice a thirsty stranger. Would have to think hard about a return visit.
roadrocket - 1 May 2013 12:42
Ember Inn with decent food. However, it is an Ember Inn, a bland chain, like the nearby Country Girl.
wbafc_beer - 16 Sep 2011 23:09
Reasonable (if very busy on a Sunday, so they must be doing something right) - range of beers including of course some from M&B (who own Ember Inns) - food is usual Ember Inns level although Sunday roast untried. Certainly better than the pub down the road (although it would have to be).
rainlight - 11 Sep 2011 15:05
Noticeably better than some of the other "Ember Inns" chain pubs nearby, so presumably a better manager. Particularly appreciated is willingness to keep music volume down to level where conversation can be held! Bar staff are usually friendly, and, on my visits, sufficient to deal with demand. Standard Ember Inns selection of beers, plus one or two guest ales . I've only sampled food once, but it was reasonable for such standard chain pub. Luckily I've never been there on "quiz night".
FotWBF - 1 Mar 2011 23:40

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