The Junction (situated, fittingly, on the junction between Waitrose [ex-Somerfield] and harborne library) has an awesome vegan friendly menu.
Out of the three 'sharer' platters, two of them were vegetarian, and one of the two was vegan. The other could probably be veganized if you asked nicely.
Out of about five starters/nibbles, three were vegetarian if I remember correctly, and I'm sure at least two of the three were also vegan.
The main courses were less impressive - out of about eight mains, one was veggie (perhaps it was vegan, I don't remember well, but if it wasn't vegan it could easily be veganized)
The desserts were all cakes, so unfortunately not vegan.
It's really shocking to go into a pub and see so much vegan food on a menu, it really was a great surprise. Even if it was just vegetarian and not vegan, it would still be bloody impressive - how many pubs can you think of in Birmingham that have more than one vegetarian option for each menu category? That the veggie options outnumbered the non veggie options on the starter / sharer menus was confusing but pleasantly surprising.
I had tortilla chips with hummous and tzatzki (didnt eat the tzatzki, its creamy) which I expected to be dorito-style things heated in a microwave, but no, they were massive, and were kind of like crispy samosas but without the filling.
The kitchen is not in its own enclosure, it is open, and situated next to the doors at the back garden end of the pub, and I didn't notice a microwave anywhere (not that I was looking for one... there might be one that I just didn't notice).
The pub has a really nice outdoor section, very colourful and nice. Shame I didn't take a picture. Maybe I will soon, and upload it. I'll take a menu too so I can tell you what's on it (my memory's a bit shaky... too much beer).
It's a bit expensive but that's what you expect in harborne, it's full of rich ****s innit.