After successfully launching ‘British tapas’ gastropub The Pickled Piglet on Gas Street, the owners decided to start a new spot in Birmingham’s resurgent Jewellery Quarter.
It’s a contemporary take on a classic public house, with vibrant interiors and lovingly prepared food on the menu. The vibe is comfortable, friendly and relaxed, while the character and heritage of the building - a pub since the 19th century - adds a warmth and depth to the whole experience.
Drinks wise, expect to find a bar well stocked with craft beers on tap. There is a good selection of local and regional brews, with plenty for the hardcore hophead as well as the craft beer beginner. Naturally, there is a decent wine list a well as a number of cocktails available to order as well.
When it comes to food, the team have brought their popular British tapas concept to the second venue, with high quality ingredients like sea bass, red pepper and roasted squash used to craft satisfying and interesting creations designed for sharing. The small plates revolution is alive and well in Birmingham. The Pickled Piglet was an early pioneer, and its sister restaurant the Pig & Tail is now following suit.
|Venue name:||Pig & Tail|
12-13 Albion Street
|Opening hours:||11am-11pm (10pm Sundays)|