The Hillyfields (Birmingham) Reviews
Description:Address: 156 Quinton Road / Birmingham / West Midlands / B17 0RP / United Kingdom / Tel: 0121 4283318
Newest Review: ... that was breaded mushrooms, chicken strips, onion rings and garlic bread.... it cost £3.25 and you got a big plate full for that and it did both of us. We had that to pick at and ordered our food after the match and the stuff on the combo was filling and proper tasty so even leaving some of it to go cold was ok and it still tasted good. For my main meal I had peppered steak and that was ... more
Customer The Hillyfields (Birmingham) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I haven't been in The Hillyfields for ages, it used to be a run down hole of a pub but when I popped in to watch the Villa match a few weeks ago I was surprised at how nice it was. It's a LOCAL pub and is set away from the major roads in the area, there's a big car park and unless you live right on the doorstep you would need to drive because buses aren't that brill round Harbourne! They do a nice range of food. Me and my mate shared a double combo and that was breaded mushrooms, chicken strips, onion rings and garlic bread.... it cost £3.25 and you got a big plate full for that and it did both of us. We had that to pick at and ordered our food ... Read the complete review
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