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24 April 2014
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Edmunds Restaurant

6 Brindleyplace, Birmingham, West Midlands B1 2JB

£62.00 British West Midlands
  • Wine: £21.50
  • Champagne: £42.00
  • Opening Hours: Tues-Fri 12N-2pm Tues-Sat 7-10pm

Square Meal Review of Edmunds Restaurant ?

Since arriving on the Birmingham scene, this classy little restaurant has staked its claim as one of the city’s top players. Inside, it feels urbane & intimate with gentle light, long drapes & contemporary sculptures on the windowsills – a civilised backdrop for the kitchen's highly accomplished cooking. Mixing classical technique & seasonal flavours, the menu offers precision-tuned dishes that always ring true: grilled asparagus with crispy quail’s egg & watercress sauce or cannon of Cornish lamb with confit shoulder, ratatouille & thyme, for example. Trendy ingredients such as Jimmy Butler’s pork belly also get an outing (perhaps in company with sautéed duck liver, sweetened apples & pommes Anna), while desserts could feature passion-fruit parfait with blackberry, lemon & orange crumble. There are plenty of mouth-watering wines too. The location on cool, fashionable Brindleyplace is perfect for trips to the city’s cultural hot spots.

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  1. Edmunds Restaurant

    6 Brindleyplace, Birmingham, West Midlands B1 2JB
    Overall rating:
     
    Andrew W.
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    • Food & Drink: 7
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 8
    • Value: 7

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  1. The hubby and I are quite fussy when it comes to food. We're quite lucky really that we've eaten at some fantastic restaurants over the last 5 years including plenty of Michelin starred establishments and I guess this is why we're fussy. Now last weekend we ate at Edmunds in Birmingham and I can honestly say that the service and food were comparable and in some cases better than some of those. Situated in trendy Brindley Place in Birmingham, Edmund is small, probably less than 20 tables, and serves modern French cuisine. We were greeted by smiling staff who quickly took our jackets and took us to our table and throughout the meal, they continued to be friendly and helpful without being intrusive. There was a choice of menus - the Al a Carte priced at £40 for 2 courses or £45 for three, and the 'Didiers Surprise Tasting Menu' 8 courses priced at £75 per person. We went for the Al a Carte menu which was small but perfectly formed...
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