Sheldon Guest House

2465 Conentry Road, Sheldon, Birmingham, B26 3PP, United Kingdom
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Top class restaurants and bars in Birmingham

by sunshine_nik

Hi there,
My boyf is flying back from Iraq next month and Ive booked us into the Hotel du Vin for the weekend to celebrate. Can anyone suggest some top class bars and restaurants we can go to?

Thanks
Nikki xxx

Re: Top class restaurants and bars in Birmingham

by Mikey-B

in Birmingham? no.

Recommend the Shilla hotel in Korea though

Re: Top class restaurants and bars in Birmingham

by hicken

Jessica's at 19 Portland Road, Edgbaston (0121 455 0999) is fairly new and reckoned to be the best restaurant in Birmingham - the chef is from Hibiscus in ludlow, which says a lot.

For bars, I'd trust this website: www.worldsbestbars.com/city/Birmingham/

Re: Re: Top class restaurants and bars in Birmingham

by DUNK67

try Broad Street for the best bars.

Re: Top class restaurants and bars in Birmingham

by seanlawless

Nikki,
Go to Metus on summer row, just ask on Broad street anyone will know it. Better than Broad street nicer bar nicer people. If you like live music & a dance try the Jamhouse in St Pauls square, a short taxi ride from city centre this also has a nice restaraunt. Free admission if you dine it is worth a visit
Good luck Sean

Re: Re: Top class restaurants and bars in Birmingham

by DAL_s

plenty of nice places in Birmingham!
So dont know what Mikey-B is on about!!!
That drive up the M5 must be too much for you!.

Re: Re: Top class restaurants and bars in Birmingham

by DUNK67

well according to his travel pages he has never been to birmingham so how would he know.

Travel Tips for Birmingham

Aston Villa

by kayleigh06

Whilst in Birmingham you can watch a football (soccer) match if you want to. During the football season when the matches are on (and at home) it can make a great day out because the atmosphere is a great thing to experience

Barber Institute of Fine Arts...

by CarolynShort

Barber Institute of Fine Arts - With works by Gainsborough, Turner, Monet, Renoir, Degas and many others, this is one of the world's finest small galleries (and it's FREE!)....located near main entrance to Birmingham University on Edgbaston Park Road, off A38 (Bristol Road) - Birmingham Open Top Bus Tour stops here, or catch train to University station, and walk through University campus...for more details www.barber.org.uk

Hot and excting!

by Roeffie about Club Legs Eleven

Opening times:
Monday-Friday 2.00 pm-2.00 am
Saturday 7.00 pm-2.00 am
Sunday Closed

Admission:
£5 before 9.00 pm Mon-Thurs.

Nice entertainement for Adults only!! Dress Restriction Smart casual dress. Strictly no sports wear, trainers, jeans and hats. Please hand all jackets to our cloakroom attendant.

DRESS CODE IS STRICTLY ENFORCED.

Free travel around the city centre

by Galahad

On 31.7.06 a new FREE bus service started between the three main railway stations (New Street, Moor Street and Snow Hill), Digbeth Coach Station, the Millenium Point and the Markets. The bus is wheelchair friendly, has room for luggage and is available for all not just rail passengers. It only has those 6 stops and is every 5-8 minutes from 7.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Saturdays.

Unfortunately this service was withdrawn on 31 December 2007.

Convenient Fast Food

by Lyndra about Big Bites

Big Bites is on the site where so many posh restaurants have tried and failed to set up but Big Bites is lasting the distance...because the food is just what drinkers and shoppers want, cheap fast food that tastes good. They do a range of pizza, burger and fries and a large selection of Indian snacks. Portions are generous and they do a range of meal deals to save even more money. Well situated in the middle of Broad Street means that when the fast food munchies get you after a night drinking you do not have to walk far! Chicken Tikka pizza

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