What better way to enjoy a Sunday than in a cosy country pub with a great selection of British roasts starting from £6.95 – served all day and evening on Sundays using the freshest seasonal ingredients.
Set in a building originally intended to be a temperance house in the 19th century, The Victoria in Barnt Green is a cosy village pub & restaurant boasting a spacious beer garden for sun-soaked dining in the summer months. Inside, roaring fires, rustic furniture & a buzzing bar warm the place up, while tasty modern British food is served alongside an eclectic range of drinks.
Sourcing ingredients from trusted local suppliers, The Victoria menu features wholesome recipes based around the garden, land and sea. Sample hand-pressed burgers, beef & ale pie with cardamom carrots, or sea bass with potato gnocchi, while old-school puddings include warming crumbles, custard-lathered sponges and decadent brownies. Not forgetting younger diners, a kids’ menu includes miniature versions of British classics.
A partnership with the celebrated Rothschild wine merchants means The Victoria in Barnt Green cellar is stocked full with an eclectic list of world wines, while indulgent wine flights allow guests to sample a variety of bins. Seasonal beers and barrel-kept ales also feature, as well as thirst-quenching cocktails and rich coffees.
The Victoria in Barnt Green, Birmingham, is a 7-minute walk from Barnt Green Rail Station.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- afternoon tea (5)
- al fresco (8)
- breakfast (4)
- business (7)
- child friendly (9)
- dinner (51)
- entertainment (1)
- large parties (11)
- lunch (36)
- luxury (8)
- private dining (19)
- romantic (16)
- trendy (16)
- value (19)
- views (2)
12 October 2019
Loved the table location, but thought the lack of seating to have a drink prior to being shown to our table slightly off putting, my wife and I had to stand at the bar for 40 minutes with our pr meal drinks, both of us 65 not 25.
30 June 2019
Fast, efficient and friendly service at a fair price - in a lovely setting.
1 June 2019
An enjoyable experience. Relaxed atmosphere, pleasant staff. Enjoyed battered cheese and battered cod enjoyed by party member. Do think that wine is a bit pricey for a gastro pub though - around £8 for a large glass! The overall cost of the night for four was the only negative and would make some people a bit hesitant to eat there too often.
18 May 2019
Pork Belly was a let down. Very small portion of pork belly, portion of scallops small and not worth paying the extra for. Wouldn't have it again.
5 May 2019
Enjoyable experience. Regularly come to this restaurant.
9 March 2019
Busy, noisy and buzzing. The food was great and the atmosphere electric
15 December 2018
Great restaurant, lovely food, staff were very attentive and friendly, a fab night.
13 December 2018
4 May 2018
We had two courses and three courses between the four of us service was excellent food was lovely and very tasty The atmosphere in the pub was lovely we will definitely return .
8 November 2017
Friendly efficient staff. Wide range on the menu. Delicious food. Comfortable and cosy pub.
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