Nice boozer - rather well heeled, but with an excellent location and a range of solid handpulls and reasonable macro keg choices. Havenít been in the evening, but as an afternoon venue, it was very pleasant to chill here for a while.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 13/20
Potentially a really great pub, The Junction is let down a little by being too crowded in the evenings towards the weekend with too few bar staff, and having a rather limited selection of food. But it does have a large selection of draught beers and ciders with six real ales on cask including the odd seasonal special (last time I was in the pub they were serving a Welsh wheat beer flavoured with lemon grass and lime flower). And the food is good. Being one of only two decent pubs on Harborne High Street (the other is The Plough) it is unsurprisingly very pricey.