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Review: El Borracho del Oro

El Borracho Del Oro is the latest opening from Alfonso and Emma Yufera-Ruiz, owners of the Authentic Tapas Group. It was always their dream to open in the beautiful leafy suburb of Edgbaston, and 10 years on from when they met, their dream is now very much a reality. 339 more words

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Nomad Residency at Kitchen Garden Cafe Extended

A little while back I told you all about Nomad, the pop up concept from Alex Claridge. Well the really great news is that following a sold-out 3 month residency, Nomad will be extending their Kings Heath residency until the end of August. 155 more words


Review: Carters Of Moseley Lunch Menu

We’ve loved Carters of Moseley the previous times we’ve been, but time flies and we found we hadn’t visited for over a year! Fine dining can sometimes seem inaccessible due to the price, particularly on a regular basis, but we found a fabulous deal using… 661 more words

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Libraries and Library poems

A week ago today I was present at a rally in Birmingham city centre, protesting the council’s decision to cut the funding and support for the cities Central library. 633 more words


Review: The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel

This week The Edgbaston announced it is ceasing its ‘fine dining’ food aspect only 6months or so and going down a more casual route instead with sharing plates, signature hot-dogs and burgers. 501 more words


BBC Good Food Show Round-Up Summer 2015

I always enjoy going to the BBC Good Food Show, it’s fun to discover new producers, chat to friendly faces of those I’ve met before and find out all about new and exciting products. 417 more words


Strawberries & Cream for Wimbledon at Marco Pierre White Birmingham

There’s not a much better place in Birmingham in the Summer than the terrace of Marco Pierre White at level 25 The Cube in Birmingham. The views across the city are spectacular and on a sunny clear day you can see for miles. 190 more words