Tag Archives: Birmingham

Fabulous modern British cuisine (and just right on the ‘ponciness’) – Carter’s of Moseley

  For my wife’s birthday I planned a surprise day of events beginning with lunch. She loves good food she also wants to eat healthily and doesn’t want to worship it in the process. The word she uses to describe … Continue reading

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Digbeth Dining Club – celebrating Street Food

Digbeth Dining Club feeds and entertains hundreds of people every Friday night with a range of delicious street food. Once a month they close off the end of Lower Trinity Street in Digbeth and bring in a few more providers. … Continue reading

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A Birmingham Floating breakfast

On a drizzly early summer morning in Birmingham I had some time to kill and wandered the streets looking for an interesting place for breakfast. I fancied something a little different, away from the chains. My usual approach is to … Continue reading

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Opus Cafe, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham – Art and Heart

I lived in Birmingham for about 15 years in the 80s and 90s. You tend to love the place you live in just as much as you love your home town. My experiences of the City from a food perspective … Continue reading

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UK Burger Battle – experience something new

This weekend I fulfilled one of my food ambitions. Social media is alive with talk of street food. Pop up restaurants and street food festivals are what the cool young things are both doing and trying. For the lucky city … Continue reading

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