Simpsons 333

20 Highfield Road, Edgbaston , Birmingham, B15 3DU

0121 454 3434

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SquareMeal Review of Simpsons

Greek-inspired landscaped gardens set a formal tone here, although we reckon the mood in Simpsons’ airy conservatory-style dining room is much more casual these days. Occupying a handsome Georgian townhouse in leafy Edgbaston, this Michelin-starred thoroughbred is one of the touchstones for fine dining in the city – with added clout provided by boutique bedrooms and a cookery school (renamed the Eureka Kitchen). Overseen by chef director Luke Tipping, this venue delivers top-drawer modern food with real vision – whether you pick the set lunch or the brilliant tasting menu. Measured, thoughtful technique and a respect for the seasons underpin everything, from a starter of Evesham tomatoes with flamed mackerel, tomato and coriander broth to Brixham cod with smoked eel, onions and monk’s beard or Cornish lamb with potato purée, black garlic, baby leeks and hispi cabbage. To conclude, desserts such as gooseberry soufflé with elderflower ice cream emphasise Simpson’s pedigree. A serious French-accented wine list adds further gravitas, although staff bring some unaffected local charm to proceedings. Simpsons is a big shout for special occasions too.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Five Ways Station 608m

Birmingham New Street Station 1km


Address: 20 Highfield Road, Edgbaston , Birmingham B15 3DU

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-2pm (Sun – 4.30pm) Mon-Sat 7-9pm (Fri-Sat – 9.30pm)

Nearby Landmarks

National Sea Life Centre, Birmingham 1km

Edgbaston Golf Club 1km


Telephone: 0121 454 3434


Cuisine: Modern European

Lunch: £40 (3 courses)

Private Dining: 14


Food & Drink: 8.0

Service: 10.0

Atmosphere: 9.0

Value: 10.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 5.0

prt 20 June 2010

Must be the best value set lunch around, the £30 for 3 courses includes a half bottle of wine (each), olives, an amuse bouche, a pre pudding, petit fours and a beautiful and huge selection of bread. I had Menu One, my wife Menu Two, faultless stylish cooking, a highlight being the amazing flavour from the slow roast chicken breast. Service formal but not intrusive, only slight moan about the whole experience is my glass of wine at the bar was a stiff £11. Go before they withdraw this offer!!!

Private Dining Room
Capacity: 14