In a large Victorian building, The Junction in Harborne is a cosy pub serving classic British food. Comfy booth seating and open fires create a relaxed setting for watching the seasonal dishes being made in the open kitchen.
Adding a contemporary twist to pub classics, The Junction menu places favourites like fish and chips alongside wild salmon fish cakes with lemon crème fraiche and paprika potato wedges. Irresistible meaty favourites include a pork and chorizo burger with caramelised red onion, and ox cheek and kidney pie with seasonal vegetables and mashed potato. Succulent steaks with fries and a choice of sauce are also available.
Serving an array of real ales and craft beers, as well as a wealth of wines and spirits, The Junction Birmingham boasts an impressive drinks menu. In addition to the cosy interior, the covered and heated garden offers outdoor seating all year round.
On popular Harborne High Street, The Junction pub is a 5-minute drive from University Train Station and just 10 minutes from Birmingham city centre.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- breakfast (1)
- dinner (4)
- large parties (1)
- lunch (4)
- private dining (1)
- romantic (1)
- trendy (3)
- value (3)
2 November 2019
The meal was a fantastic experience - flexible and friendly staff; risotto and steak pies were fabulous. The Monty Python real ale was superb, and can’t fault the place.
4 December 2018
Really enjoyable lunch, friendly helpful staff and dog friendly - water and dog biscuits provided - thank you
13 January 2018
9 November 2017
Good new menus. Great Beer and wine and friendly staff. Good night out.
19 February 2017
Enjoyed meal but the price was a bit pricey. You used to a reasonable price meal on a Sunday lunch but £70 plus drinks ?? for 3 is too much
19 January 2016
Good food good service good atmosphere
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