The food is rooted in the area and the two brothers that run this pub and restaurant really need to be applauded. This is innovative in a uniquely brilliant and bonkers location. The menu is seasonal, regional and very good. Black Country is not a recognised cuisine, but these two brothers could make it happen as it is distinctive to the area. Some details to sort out though; smell of disinfectant; cleaners that don't spot the odd bit of dust or spider webs; but most importantly for whatever reason the kitchen can produce food but only in small and strictly timed amounts which can be a bit frustrating. The Crooked House is ambitious and this needs to carry forward to excellent food on all fronts, a more effective kitchen and slightly updated cleaning and decor. See past all this, and combine it with a day out at the Black Country Living Museum and you will have a globally unique experience into the historically significant area that I live on the doorstep of, but had never appreciated.
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