Bank has remained one of the most popular and highly-regarded restaurants in the city, attracting a mix of customers as well-polished as the cutlery. ... More
Bank has remained one of the most popular and highly-regarded restaurants in the city, attracting a mix of customers as well-polished as the cutlery. It is a large eating and meeting, wheeling and dealing sort of place, accommodating 250 diners in some style. The food is mostly excellent and includes homely staples like bangers and mash alongside more contemporary fare like Thai-style seared tuna. This is also one of the few places in Birmingham where you can get fresh oysters.
This fine Victorian sandstone building is at Bennetts Hill, and is now a public house. It was originally built as
the National Provincial Bank in 1833, and was rebuilt in 1869, as the inscription around the building will tell ...
Trying to conjure a little Cypriot magic amongst the run down shops and car dealerships of Bristol Street, Limassol is
a welcoming and intimate restaurant. It serves up tasty, traditional Greek fare, with mezedakia being a popular option a ...
The Dynasty is located in Birmingham's Chinatown, close to the Hippodrome theatre and Arcadian centre. It is comprised of two
floors downstairs for the buffet and upstairs for à la carte meals. The buffet is a perfect introduction for ...