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Set in the affluent Birmingham suburb of Harborne, Richard Turner’s small but beautifully informed restaurant still manages to maintain a “sense of community” despite the kudos that goes with a
Michelin star. There’s a feeling of casual refinement about this quirky little place, service makes everyone feel like a “guest of honour” and the food is anything but pretentious – regardless of
its clever contemporary style. Richard’s dishes display real finesse, from a tasting of rabbit with pickled onions and vanilla or a slow-cooked duck egg with smoked winter minestrone and a duck
‘club sandwich’ to a tranche of sea bass with lobster tortellini, sea kale, cauliflower, oyster and caviar. To finish, blackcurrant soufflé with liquorice ice cream also shows off the kitchen’s
prowess. A keen sommelier is on hand to proffer ready advice when it comes to the eclectic wine list.
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Essential Details for Turners of Harborne
Address:69 High Street, Harborne, Birmingham, West Midlands B17 9NS