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The Green Man, Middleton - pub details

Address: Church Lane, Middleton, Tamworth, Staffordshire, B78 2AN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18056) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wilnecote (3.5 miles), Four Oaks (4 miles), Sutton Coldfield (4.2 miles)

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Had Sunday lunch here on 6/2/11 nice pub, nice beer, friendly staff, but food very over priced for what you get. Paid 9.75 each for one course, my wife had a pudding 5.00. Food okay but no better than most carverys that cost half the price!
airbornegrub - 19 Feb 2011 12:00
A very disappointing meal, 6 diners celebrating birthday,4 out of the six not satisfied with meal, chips pale and unappertising (one still frozen) Steak full of gristle, sauce to accopany steak like water.only teaspoon of mash with pie.Did not complain about main meal only one fault per person.Complained about sweet, on being served with desert told "you'll have to have soup spoons thats all thats clean" complained about pastry on Orange and passion flan and was told "nothing to do with us we buy it in"!!! would not recomend or revisit
pipnow3 - 28 Jul 2010 16:45
Part of the same chain as, The Bulls Head Shenstone, The Tame Otter Tamworth The white Horse Curdworth, The Hedgehog Lichfield.
I have had very bad service and meals at, The Tame Otter, The Green Man, and The white Horse. Thats why I looked up what they owned in my area.
ajengland - 14 Oct 2009 12:46
We found this pub when we had been to the theme park, Sept 09. This is the perfect pub to wind down from an active day. Very relaxing in a very picturesque little village. There is good food and real ale at very reasonable prices. We would definately go there again.
cazand - 14 Sep 2009 14:50
I visited this pub on a Saturday evening, 11 July 2009. The pub was busy. The bar staff and waiting staff were attentive and courteous. There were three real ale taps, but the Everard Tiger had just gone off, so I tried the Pedigree and Kew Ales. Both were delicious! My wife and I ordered food, which was utterly delicious. The Seafood Pie was crammed with big chunks of fish and the Mediterranean Lamb Casserole had generous portions of Lamb and Chorizo. The Cheese Platter for one had enough for two, so we shared one.

The gardens looked great, but it was pouring with rain, so we sat inside.

To sum up - lovely beer, lovely food, very nice staff, nice building and a nice location. Highly recommended!
generalstaal - 12 Jul 2009 10:08

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