Founder and Food Director
Hi, I have great pleasure in introducing everybody to my business Food Birmingham Ltd. Whether it be a restaurant looking for a few more customers, or a foodie looking forward to being able to eat out more often without as much expense. It seems to me everybody is a winner. Best part about it all is trying the food everywhere I go so I know the customer is getting value for money!
Hello to anyone viewing this page on our website, I’m the man looking for the best restaurants around Birmingham and sorting out your membership. Pretty much been with Food Birmingham from the start and looking forward to the next few years of growth to see what we can do for Birminghams dining industry. We like shaking up the big guns and want your local support!
Personal Blog – http://thefoodiecoupleblog.com/
for her Foodie-Birmingham Blog. Reviewing and writing about dining out in Birmingham and surrounding areas is her game. Along with her husband, there aren’t many places Roz hasn’t tried out, if its good food, Roz has been there. For Roz to come visit and review your restaurant, get in touch.
Personal Blog – http://birdwithwords.com/
for her Foodie-Birmingham Blog. Jade is a fraud investigator with true passions for dining out and travelling around the world. We welcome Jade to the Foodie Birmingham blog as our second official blogger so watch out for her fun and detailed posts.
Rosina has made some great reviews for us this year and is now an official Food Birmingham Blogger. She lives just outside of Birmingham in the lovely Henley-in-Arden and is a media and journalism graduate. Her two passions seem clear… Cooking and Eating out with her boyfriend who must also enjoy her hobbies! Keep an eye out for her reviews!
Helen is a teacher by day and writes a food and lifestyle blog in her spare time. She feels very lucky to live in Birmingham, surrounded by all the amazing restaurants and bars the city has to offer. As well as eating out, Helen loves to cook and bake.
‘If I’m not eating food, I’m probably thinking about it. If I’m not thinking about it, I’m probably talking about it, so that left just one more outlet – to write about it.’