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Windsor, Birmingham - pub details


Address: 33 Cannon Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B2 5EE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8963) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Birmingham New Street (0.1 miles), Birmingham Snow Hill (0.3 miles), Birmingham Moor Street (0.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 18 users)
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This pub was a new one for me on a very short visit to Birmingham. We had arrived whilst the Birmingham derby was being played. So bouncers were on the door. The pub has very little character and it has a distinct chain feel. But there were some ales - Wychwood Hobgoblin, Greene King Abbot & IPA, Morland Old Spooky Hen (it was 2 days before Halloween) & Rudgate Shed 7 Going For Gold. There were also more ciders than I had expected - Thatcher's Stan's Big Apple, Weston's Old Rosie & Rosie's Pig & Thistly Cross Whisky Cask. I wouldn't rule out another visit.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Feb 2018 15:29
Decent enough, choice of beers, food reasonable. A bit like a Wetherspoons really.
rainlight - 13 Mar 2015 19:47
If Id have read the previous reviews before entering this establishment; lets face it I wouldnt have! However I popped in around 8:30pm on a Wednesday night, it was pretty empty but the folk that were there were pretty decent. The music was also quite good, and certainly not overbearing in any shape or form.

With 5 hand pulls (4 ales, 1 cider) double up on certain shots for a 1 and refill soft drinks (Pepsi, 7up etc) where they give the glass and you do the rest, it cant be bad can it!?

When I visited I would class it as being slightly better cliental than JDWs The Briar Rose and the fact that the tables are spaced so that you can actually walk (novel idea right!?) between them without bashing people or knocking them off their chairs or being offended by the dodgy wall paper is a definite plus.

Polite and courteous service for both food and drinks. It does similar food to that of the Briar Rose, you can get a burger and a drink for 7 and my evening was topped off with fewer drunken degenerates.

However, based on location and price I can imagine it does attract them at some point throughout the week, so might have to revisit to check.

B3XTER - 29 Mar 2012 11:44
Never again and thats a pity as the ale was okay. Went in last night. Music too loud, as stated before this is not Broad Street on a friday night. I like music but not so loud you can't think in a boozer! Two bar girls on, one of whom just stood behind the one that WAS working talking. Waited too long to get served. If she was on duty, why was she not serving? If she wasn't on duty why was she the wrong side of the bar? On the positive side multiple real ales on including M&B Mild which was very nicely kept. Very good prices for the city centre. The worst part of this pub is that it was filthy! Every table was dirty and sticky, I didn't even dare check out the toilets. Too dirty to stay and sample the other ales, a great pity! Would not go here again unless the reduntant bar tart was taught how to clean tables or they employ a cleaner!!
FloridaM - 20 Jan 2011 17:30
Used to be a good boozer but yet another victim of the atmosphere killers.
SteveBrum - 14 Dec 2010 11:38

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