The Chameleon

1 Victoria Square, Hill Street
B1 1BD
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About The Chameleon

The Green Room (one of Birmingham"s best city centre restaurants) offers leisurely dining for Lunch and Dinner; Chef Dave Gill has created a mouth-watering selection of seasonal dishes. The Grill section features meat sourced from the excellent Heart of England butchers and our infamous Wagyu beef is supplied by Freedown Foods (as featured on Channel 4's The F Word). Lunch is quick, light and tasty and the bar menu includes pizzas - freshly prepared to order, burgers and salads.

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The Chameleon in Birmingham lived up to the PR on it's website. The place looked every bit as good as the website suggested. We were in for the 6pm dinner slot, we did not feel rushed and the staff were friendly, attentive and professional. The food portions were absolutely perfect, not too big and not small either. Overall it was extremely good value, £90 for 3 inc two bottles of bubbles. We all then had a good dance at 10pm when the music kicked off. Great night, highly recommended.

Good food and absolutely fantastic club

Yummy, yummy, yummy. Lovely oasis in the centre of Birmingham.

this place is gorgeous!!! rather pricey though, a cocktail for £8! luckily it was two for one (on a monday) which they actually failed to advertise anywhere, i thought the bartender had just got my order wrong. im a very fussy easter and struggled to find something suitable on the menu, theres a variety of steaks and sea food though, all very posh sounding items! would definately recommend if wanting to go somewhere up market, but be prepared to pay for it

This place suffered from a little of style over substance. It is glam, looks good and has a buzz to it. But, the food is not all that. Its a fairly straightforward grill menu but they managed to overcook one of our rib-eye steaks and we sent it back. No fuss and we got a free coffee. 2 steaks, 2 bottles of wine and a few other bits, £100 so OK. Finish eating by 10.30 though as the volume in there goes hyper-sonic! Good "all in 1 venue" but don't go expecting a Michelin star.

Excellent service and the food was as good as ever.

Really nice restaurant good food prompt service overall great atmosphere. After dinner went to bar and dance-floor was the type of place you can spend whole evening in. Would recommend.

10 other people joined me for our Christmad evening and all had a great time - especially the ability to dance in the restaurant, so not having to brave the cold.

One or two people's steaks were served luke warm and the creme brulee was a disaster, but the restaurant made amends by supplying a dessert platter.

Everything else was a good as usual.

This was mu fourth time eating at the Chameleon and for the fourth time wasn't disappointed.

Quality; quantity and ambience remains outstanding. I'm so keen on this restaurant that I'm holding our Christmas Evening there.

although it was a monday night, not much ambience. Very few people in. service was poor, 7 in party ( business dinner) one of the guys did not get his starter till 10 mins after we had finished ours. steaks not cooked as asked - rare came out medium to well! we were sitting not far from the door, which was not closing properly and we had to keep getting up to close it.staff standing around having a laugh., we have been here before ( may 11), which is why we came back, but wont come again.

This was my first visit to The Chameleon in Birmingham. Quite quiet for a Friday lunchtime but that's more to do with the City being generally quiet. I had a great pizza and my colleague had a whole line caught sea bass which he was very pleased with. A good experience.

A group of us visited The Chamelleon in Birmingham on Friday. They were quite busy already in the restaurant, but service was exceptionallly good. We were made to feel very welcome, any queries regarding the menu were easily answered and the service was efficient and polite. Overall the food was good, but a couple of the group felt some of the main courses like the tempura salmon were a bit on the small side. Desserts were very good especially the baileys pannacotta. Overall a good night.

Dinner at the Chameleon in Birmingham was very enjoyable - the restaurant had a nice atmostphere and the music was good.

Great atmospehere. Very cool vibe and good value

Very nice food and atmosphere

This was my second time eating in the Chameleon in the past two months and it didn't disappoint.

Service and food was again excellent.

I particularly enjoyed the starter selections and the main courses were outstanding.

Staff were very friendly, and our food was good (except for a panna cotta which had probably been in fridge too long), but the service could use a bit of sharpening up - we received a drink in an obviously dirty glass, and the wrong fish with a grill order. All happily fixed when pointed out, but I think just a little more attention to detail would have made it a much better meal.

This was my second time at the Chameleon and i didn't disappoint. Decor, food and service was all as good as the first time.

Chameleon (Birmingham) - sophisticated surroundings, good food and friendly service. Great for a long lunch.

This was one of the best meals that my guests and I have had in a long time.

Though the wine was a bit pricy, the food and ambience, together with the service and attention to our wishes was top class.