Address:

The Prince of Wales
84 Cambridge Street
Birmingham
B1 2NP
West Midlands
0121 643 9460.


Hours:

Mon 5-11, Tue-Sat 12-11, Sun 12-10.30  


 

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The Prince of Wales  

This pub now stands in what was a bit of run down part of the city, but is now surrounded by the smart redevelopment of Broad Street. There is the new ICC and National Indoor Arena and even the repertory theatre has been given a face lift.

It can be a hidden gem in winter when most young people prefer Broad Street, but can get busy in summer when the canal users get to it. However, now that the two bars have been knocked into one there is more space.

Up to eight beers are served here, though only one is changing. All are well kept and served.

Food is served here both lunch and evening and is wholesome and traditional rather than fancy. Have eaten here a number of times and happy every time. Times Mon-Sat 12-2pm, Tue-Sat 5-7pm.

Access for the disabled is possible, though I would check first.

No accommodation here though plenty of hotels locally including the Travelodge and City Hotel.

The Prince also has live music occasionally on Sunday afternoons.


 

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