The Living Room
10 reviews of The Living Room in English
My wife and I went to the Living Room last weekend. Pianist was fantastic, drinks alittle expensive, however bar staff were pleasant and the atmosphere generally was such that I didn’t mind. We did not eat, so unable to comment on the food or service, but overall we left the Living Room having had a pleasant experience and a nice drink in a nice atmosphere.
One of the best restaurants in Birmingham!
The food is outstanding, the menu is varied although a little pricey compared to other local restaurants, but then when your food arrives the price doesn’t seem to matter any more, because the food is so excellent, as are the staff, that the price is more than worth it!
I couldn’t review this chic restaurant without mentioning the fantastic drinks menu! This place also double up as a bar, but is nevertheless still very roomy, both on the restaurant and bar side. The drinks menu is extensive and very impressive, they taste amazing, and they are roughly the same price as any bar in Brindly Place woud charge, so not too bad.
This place is a definite restaurant to visit in Birmingham!
Funky club over the Sports bar on Broad Street, this place does good cocktails and has a cool, mixed clientele. The food is pretty good if you get here early enough, but it really gets going at the weekend, when the whole place opens up into club space.
It’s not so much of a dance-y spot, and the drinks do set you back, but for some chilled drinks and interesting choices on the flat screen tv’s, it’s well worth a pre-dance visit.
I really liked this branch of the Living Room….it seemed a bit more upmarket than the ones I’ve frequented in London, so that made for a nice change! There’s even doormen ushering you in & a lift to take up to it - almost feels posh - ha ha!
Nicely laid out floorplan, with the entrance looking onto the main bar that is a good size, & the dining area located further back on a slightly higher level. Lots of large palms as well make a nice touch. The waiting staff when I visited were attentive & friendly but not intrusive in any way & we enjoyed a lovely meal along with cocktails & wine. These factors made it feel that bit more special, as we were used to paying London prices but not getting nice service that should go with it!
So if you’re looking for somewhere nice to visit whilst in Birmingham that won’t break the bank, try here - pleasant surroundings & atmosphere & a good all rounder menu to suit most tastes.
Great place to hang out any night of the week even more fun on a weeknd, the drinks are nicely priced, the layout of the club is very stylish and very cosy, great colours and layouts and it is a very popular and independant place with great excellent music
I love the Living Room on Broad Street. Considering it is set on Broad Street which is like the strip in Blackpool it is a lovely place. There is a pianist playing jazz music which is a nice backdrop to the buzz of people in there. Customers are a real mix of young proffessionals, 30 somethings and groups of girls having drinks after work. It does get very busy, but i've never know the security to turn people away, you just have to que outside and wait till it emptys a little.
It has one of the best cocktail list in Birmingham and is very resonably priced. I have never eaten in here but the club sandwiches look delicious !
This bar is located on broad street, the busiest road as far as night life is concerned in Birmingham City. It is stylishly designed and does a good number of funky cocktails that are not too expensive. However the security are very picky so you better get there when you are really smart no trainers, hoodies or timbalands otherwise you won't be allowed to get in. Highly recommended to meet with friends there for a drink.
The Living Room is one of my absolute favourite places to eat in Birmingham (once or twice a year, as around £100 for two is a bit out of my price range!) however, .....
Whilst being ushered through the doors (as long as you are dressed smartly) and entering the exclusive-looking elevator does make you feel quite like a VIP.
You don't wait more than 10 seconds without the team acknowledging your presence and asking how your doing, you don't wait more than 30 seconds after before they take your order
The cocktails are among the best in Birmingham, I can't think of any other place that offers good cocktails as cheap ie; Living Room cosmo=£6.50... Bank cosmo=£8.20 or somewere close... and they both use the same ingredients!
However the clientele is a revolting cocktail of footballers wives wannabes with radioactive tans and drag-queen make-up; business men in cheap suits on the prowl for a suitably intoxicated teenager; as well as women 'old enough to know better' selling their wares to anyone who will give them a second glance.
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