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Le Bistrot Pierre Opening in Birmingham

Independent French restaurant group, Le Bistrot Pierre will be opening its fifteenth bistrot in the heart of Birmingham’s historic canals in spring 2016. It is the group’s third restaurant to open in just 12 months after the Newport bistrot was the most successful opening to date in November 2015. A £9.8 million investment from private equity firm Livingbridge, announced at the end of last year, will now accelerate the group’s.. Read More

Get Set for The Met!

MET Kitchen Bar, Warwick Road, Solihull. Picture by Sam Bagnall Solihull’s Metro Bar & Grill has been renamed ‘Met Bar & Kitchen’ and the highly regarded bar and restaurant relaunched last week with a fresher, more relaxed look. Chris Kelly (right) and Alastair Tyson (left) bought Metro Bar & Grill to Solihull in 2004, having owned and operated Metro Birmingham since 1997, and the Solihull businessmen have been making subtle.. Read More

British Food Fortnight all British-Thai Menu incl British Chillies & Langoustines!

Award winning Thai Chef Suree Coates of the King and Thai in Broseley, Shropshire is set to launch an all-British producers menu to celebrate British Food Fortnight (September 19th – October 4th 2015) The King and Thai was recently crowned ‘Midlands Restaurant of the Year’ by Waitrose Good Food Guide and Chef Patron Suree Coates has previously been crowned UK Curry Chef of the Year and South Asia Chef of.. Read More

Carluccio’s To Open In Birmingham Soon!

On Thursday 24 September Carluccio’s will bring its inimitable blend of modern Italian all-day dining and shopping to Birmingham’s brand new Grand Central Station. Casual and vibrant, Carluccio’s is open for delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners and everything in between. There’s also a food shop packed with beautifully packaged artisan products imported directly from Italy, with a deli featuring an array of fresh produce from grab and go meals through.. Read More

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