British, Traditional Restaurants in Birmingham
1. Peel's British, Modern restaurant in Hampton-in-Arden Hampton Manor, Shadowbrook Lane - B92
This Victorian manor house (with 15 bedrooms) is one of the grand dames of the Midlands hospitality scene, although – under proprietors the Hills, who have owned it since 1986 – it is in the middle of repositioning itself not just as a hotel, but as a provider of ‘immersive staycation experiences’ as ‘a spiritual home for the food lover’. There’s a new sibling to Peel’s (see Smoke), a new trendy bakery in the grounds, and new suites opening in 2022. Peel’s itself occupies a wood panelled chamber and is still the main culinary event, where chef Darren Meacham produces a six-course tasting menu, matched with (sometimes funky natural) wine pairings. On all reports, “celebrating a special occasion at Peel’s is itself a truly special experience”.
2. Craft English Garden British, Traditional restaurant in Birmingham 36-37 Broad Street - B1
There are two different restaurants under the ‘Craft’ banner at this January 2020 newcomer, where eating options include a swanky main restaurant, private dining pods and canal-side terrace with ‘fire’ kitchen. The food operation is led by executive chef Andrew Sheridan, of Great British Menu fame (see also 8 by Andrew Sheridan).
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