Eating Out West Midlands

Review: The Rose Villa Tavern

12th September 2014

The Rose Villa Tavern is a quirky contemporary pub in the Jewellery quarter in Birmingham. Filed with vintage furniture and unique fitting including a stained glass window, you’re never short of something to look at.


The menu is American Diner-Style, plenty of burgers, hot dogs buffalo wings…. if done well, mouthwateringly good.

I went for one of their Philly Cheese Steak Sandwiches while Lee had the Juicy Lucy Burger  – a burger stuffed with monterey jack cheese. We also had a side of beer battered onion rings and some Blue Cheese Dip. 


My sandwich was spot on, juicy slightly pink steak with cheese smothered fried onion and peppers. Lee enjoyed his burger, and gave it 8/10. Just to let you all know, his scoring system is based on the best burger he has had in recent memory – a Meatshack Burger (10/10) and the worst he has ever had (0/10 – Wetherspoons) So a pretty decent score! The onion rings were also very good – there was a herb in the batter ( oregano we thought) which really elevated them. Unfortuntaly the blue cheese dip was quite nasty – the consistency of water and tasted similar. Apart from this though, a great lunch.




On weekday evenings they do some great deals on food too..have a look below.



One worth checking out next time you’re in the Jewellery Quarter!

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