More than 40 restaurants are set to participate in the first Birmingham Restaurant Festival, showcasing the city’s vibrant food scene.
This summer’s event has been organised by Living For The Weekend – the company behind events such as Birmingham Cocktail Weekend and Birmingham Wine Weekend.
It takes place from August 22 to September 4, with participating restaurants offering exclusive set menus.
Diners do not need a ticket to participate in the festival – just head to the Birmingham Restaurant Festival website and check out the exclusive menus that have been created for the event.
Once you’ve made your selection, follow the booking instructions to reserve a table at that participating restaurant. To guarantee access to the festival menus, you must book in advance.
Festival founder Alex Nicholson-Evans said: “Over the years, Birmingham has been named as one of the top food destinations in the UK, and with good reason, the city boasts a diverse and vibrant dining scene.
“We have established Birmingham Restaurant Festival to celebrate and showcase the fantastic restaurants across the city this summer.
“We hope the festival will inspire you to visit as many restaurants as possible, to spend time sharing a meal with friends or family, and perhaps to try something or somewhere new too.”
Go to https://birminghamrestaurantfestival.co.uk to find out more.
Places taking part:
A La Mexicana Authentic Mexican Food
The Blue Piano
Cosy Club Birmingham
Chung Ying Cantonese Restaurant
The Coconut Tree
Fiesta Del Asado
The High Field
Jamaya, Colmore Row
Jojolounge Bar & Restaurant
Las Iguanas (Arcadian Centre)
Las Iguanas (Brindleyplace)
Las Iguanas (Temple Street)
Milan Indian Cuisine
The Plough, Harborne
Cosy Club Brindleyplace
Indus At Park Regis Birmingham
Primitivo Bar & Eatery
Le Petit Bois
The Oyster Club
Zindiya Streatery & Bar