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.

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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. 

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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.

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

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

http://www.therosevillatavern.co.uk

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