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We have assembled a collection of over 120 of the finest rums from around the world and a our Cuban cocktails are made exactly the way they are made in Havana.

Live music is at the heart of The Cuban Embassy, with performances 6 nights per week. Resident Musicians Edwin Vilamizar and Camilo Parada have flown in especially to showcase their talents on vocals, harp, guitar, piano, percussion and bass. Friday and Saturday nights, Edwin and Camilo perform with local singers and musicians to create a house band playing an intoxicating mix of Latin and Latin Fusion into the early hours.

Our food menu draws inspiration from Cuban, Spanish, and African cuisine, and all of our dishes are prepared and cooked fresh in house using only the finest ingredients.

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Francesca Berlen

7 months ago

Really unusual and imaginative food, super tasty and filling! Great range of cocktails too! Staff were super friendly but the food took a little while and arrived in dribs and drabs (Friday night).

Dime

7 months ago

What can I say...wow! The BA-HA vegan Cuban menu by Frankie Heekin is incredible...! I had to get a picture of her too! Probably the best vegan tacos I have tasted and the padron peppers were authentically delicious...! The vegan lemon cheesecake had a great fluffy texture and was not too sweet. Absolutely perfect. This place is a MUST visit for foodies Birmingham just like their menu at the Rainbow. I will be back...!!

Natalie

9 months ago

Lovely food, nice atmosphere, reasonably quiet on a Thursday evening. Live music started about 8pm. Reccomend trying the tres leches cake!

Paul Phipps

10 months ago

Finally got the opportunity to pop in. Good size place. The Guinness was outstanding. Staff were friendly. Nice place.

Stace Lyttle

1 year ago

If you’ve been out in Moseley, it’s highly likely you’ve been to the iconic Cuban Embassy (Bulls Head). It is the oldest pub in the village dating back to the 1700s. Now it’s a little slice of Havana serving up rum based cocktails and live cuban music each weekend 🇨🇺 🍹 💃🏽 We went on Saturday afternoon for bottomless brunch (2hrs). Choose bottomless Prosecco or Cuba Libres, two small plates and a side for £35 per person. We ordered: 🍔 Iberian Burger 🐟 Cod and Pepper Croquettes 🇪🇸Spanish Chorizo 🍗 Garlic Chicken Thighs 🍟 Sweet Potato Fries 🧄 Garlic Flatbread with cheese The food is provided by Santi’s Kitchen and we loved every bite 👌🏽 The garlic chicken thighs were sensational. We were mopping up every last ounce of the sauce with the garlic flatbread; we nearly wore a hole into the plate 😆 The cod and pepper croquettes were generously filled with fish, rather than filled out with potato. They were delicately seasoned so the fish could shine and we wanted a bucket full. The burger looked pretty basic, but then we took a bite…the Manchego was nutty and slightly sweet, perfectly complimenting the salty Serrano ham. It tasted homemade and authentic. It was quiet during our visit, so even though I hate the phrase because people are saying it about everything, I’m going to say it…the venue might be well known, but the brunch is a 💎 hidden gem 💎 It was fantastic for us too as Cuba Libres are a much more appealing option than sugary cocktails. They were also super accommodating and let my mum have vodka instead of rum ☺️ it’s the little touches. We were having such a lovely time we stayed for a few extra hours and enjoyed some banana daiquiris 🍌

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Mon17:00 – 23:30
Tue17:00 – 23:30
Wed17:00 – 23:30
Thur17:00 – 23:30
Fri17:00 – 02:00
Sat12:30 – 02:00
Sun12:30 – 23:00
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