Food was homemade wine good staff brilliant will definitely return Really surprised by quality what a find
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Visited the Tipperary Inn with friends who lived locally and had booked for us to join them there. Four of us had an excellent meal with friendly attentive service. Lovely warm bread, cheese, olives and balsamic dips were brought free of charge while we made...More
Stopped at the Tipperary on our way to Solihull to have lunch. No ale available because 'there's a problem'. The slate floor had just been cleaned (warning wet floor sign) and the whole place smelled of Jeyes Fluid or something similar which put us off...More
Italian based food excellent. Lots of history about the RAF squadron very interesting and a fish tank housed in a piano. What more could you ask for.
Appalling food served dreadfully slowly, husbands steak came with no garnish, no sauce, we had to ask for some, and got a watery gravy. My lamb on the other hand was smothered in a sauce called a red wine jus, it was a glutinous strange...More
Had a pre Christmas family gathering and as we had been before and had a good meal we suggested this place and it was central to everyone. It would have been nice to know from the website which menus were being used as most of...More
WE recently revisited after reports that it had again changed hands. We were very dissappointed with the service and quality for a lunchtime menu