Need a new local and looking for public houses, bars and inns? The Horse and Jockey in Walsall Wood is well worth a visit and offers a varied selection of drinks, delicious food, an extensive entertainment programme and also has the capacity to cater for functions such as weddings, celebrations and meetings.
For a recommended pub in Walsall, visit The Wheatsheaf Inn where the friendly staff will always offer you a warm welcome. Enjoy the pubs fantastic range of drinks and choose something to eat from the extensive menu which is full of English and authentic Indian dishes. With live music acts, outdoor seating and a children's play area, The Wheatsheaf Inn in Shareshill is the perfect location for all occasions.
The Black Country Arms is one of Walsall's oldest pubs, bars and inns, dating as far back as 1627. The pub is part of the expanding Black Country Ales chain and serves 16 hand-pulled real ales and ciders from all over the UK.
I love being fat shamed when I go out!! My husband I order a large brunch and a ploughman’s lunch, obviously the waitress upon seeing my bulk tries to give me the brunch, unfortunately it wasn’t for me but my husband-maybe ask and not presume
However my favourite part was when the waitress brought out my ploughman’s lunch whilst also carrying a dustpan and brush, I remarked that it’s not the best hygiene standard to do that-she was notplease about my observation
But it could have been a one off, so as my husband and I sat there eating off very chipped bowls and plates a man walks down the stair carrying 2 sanitary towel bins stopping chat to people as they eat
very Concerned with their standards and won’t be back
I recently went to the horse and jockey after hearing great feedback from friends about their new weekly carvery - and how right they were! Despite being mid week avd quite late the veg was fresh, portions...