Pint Shop - Birmingham
Nice looking room to eat in. Food was delicious. Pork belly was too small, needed mash or something to bulk it out.
I can recommend Paneer flat bread .
Loved chips (still had skin on potatoes so not greasy.)
Children's potion were generous and reasonably priced.
House wine was ok, gin cocktails fab.
Staff were polite and attentive. Our waitress was a funny onion! I thought she was hilarious, my friends thought she was slightly rude and dismissive!
Every course showcased cooking we had not experienced before
Home made crackers with the shared charcuterie board
The pork belly with cauliflower was excellent
The chocolate and milk ice cream so tasty
The food was good but expensive for what it is. We shared some bread- 4 small pieces with butter and crushed olives was £4 and it was ok but nothing special considering it’s bought in so requires no preparation by the restaurant. The food did have good flavour but a small bowl of fennel slaw was £4, flatbread £12 for what was a good kebab essentially. Overall lunch for two cost £43 - that’s bread to share, a main each , one side and one pint. Not good value when you consider other city centre lunch offerings.
Awesome Sunday roast and wonderful attentive staff - highly recommended
Nice place, had been looking forward to going for a while. The beer and food is good, but a bit pricey. I counted three English beers listed that were under 4%, one being only 3.2%, and all were over £5.20 a pint :-(
Super Sunday lunch. Toasties were spot on. My daughter in law scored a 10 which is unheard of. Will definitely be back!! Amazing selection of beers and gins.
Went for Sunday lunch ... wasn’t disappointed at all! Lovely food, great selection of gins and a huge array of beers, ales and IPAs.
Great location, awesome surroundings, and cracking staff.
booked for my birthday with friends as it was new to Birmingham. Nice greeting and ushered upstairs to a lovely room and table. Service really good throughout the meal. Issue for me is price v quality. 14 quid for chicken and a small portion of chips with a dipping sauce. 38 quid for a very ordinary bottle of Sancerre. I will return when the price reduces by a third.
Great night on the whole, great beer from the DeMolen brewery, food was very tasty but if I could raise 1 critique the plates that our god was served on was cold which in turn made my meal cold before I had finished but I’m sure that was just an oversight which could be rectified for the future
A really unique new place which we will definitely visit again. A bar with lots of beer choices but still appropriate for a family meal with kids. Great friendly service and an amazing beef roast!
I had been to the pintshop previously and had a very good dirty burger in their soft launch week so was excited to try something else on the menu. I had the crispy pork bites with ponzu sauce, it was very basic and the pork wasn't properly seasoned. For the main I had the beer brined flat iron chicken with garlic butter. The chicken was really tasty and moist and the fries were good, the garlic butter did not have enough garlic in it to carry the flavour. I do also think the price was a little high at £14.
Special note should go to our server who was fantastic, very friendly and available at all times, I will give it another go in a few months.
Excellent addition to Birmingham's bars/restaurants. Great food, beer, atmosphere and service!
Our first time at this new place in Birmingham town centre. Really quick, friendly service, great food and an amazing beer selection. We’ll definitely be going back for seconds.
Lovely staff & great beer. Food was ok just no my taste but excuted well. I would definitely return for beers , for the friendly staff and relaxed environment. Cheers