The Navigation Inn (Birmingham) Reviews
Description:1 Wharf Road, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B30 3LS. Tel:0121 458 1652
Newest Review: ... extremely tasty and moist enough for me to eat without butter, which is a relief as if I'd had to add butter I might as well have had chips! I had a rare rump steak which was absolutely delicious, the bloody juices were perfect for dipping my potato into and the meat was cooked to perfection. This also came with gorgeously cooked peas and two large battered onion rings which weren't as ... more
Customer The Navigation Inn (Birmingham) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/09/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
While I was visiting friends in Birmingham some months ago we decided to go out for lunch and as we were passing The Navigation in Kings Norton we popped in there as their main meals are on a permanent 2-for-1 offer, which makes eating out for two a cheap experience. But would it be enjoyable as well? Well, yes it was. There is an extensive menu to choose from with plenty of starters, main courses and desserts (although it is only the main courses included in the special offer) as well as a decent wine list. I like the fact that I can swap and change components of my meal to suit the mood I'm in, for example during our visit I opted for a jacket ... Read the complete review
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