Foodie Blog

SPAM® Can Tour comes to Birmingham

Posted by Andrew Cove on Tuesday, May 24th, 2016 at 2:36 pm.
Filed under News.

  SPAM® Can Tour comes to Birmingham Top Chefs will show what SPAM® Can really do! As the SPAM® Can Tour enjoys success around the UK, it’s now Birmingham’s turn to experience the great taste and versatility of the world’s most iconic meat, SPAM® Chopped Pork and Ham, which is celebrating its 75th British Birthday… Read more »

Rub Smokehouse & bar

Posted by Andrew Cove on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016 at 6:59 am.
Filed under Reviews.

  So you may have seen the hype on social media about Rub Smokehouse & Bar with its crazy amounts of food and mouth watering meat platters… so what’s it like in real life? Located on Broad Street, it’s not the easiest to find and you have to keep an eye out for the quirky signs…. Read more »

Birmingham Introducing presents

Posted by Andrew Cove on Wednesday, April 13th, 2016 at 12:35 pm.
Filed under News.

We have some news for you about an upcoming event in Kings Heath by sister company ‘Birmingham Introducing’ as they present St Georges day. As like with all good mini-fests in Kings Heath square expect Food Stalls including a Hog Roast. There will also be Live Music 2pm – 6pm. There will also be a disco in the… Read more »

Bar and Block review

Posted by Andrew Cove on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016 at 6:40 am.
Filed under Reviews.

On a busy, city slicking Friday night in Birmingham City Centre, I took the opportunity to visit a fairly new edition to Birmingham’s thriving food scene – Bar and Block. Located just off Colmore row on Waterloo St, Bar and Block is perfectly located for young professionals leaving work looking for a decent bite to eat… Read more »

Min Min Restaurant review

Posted by Naina Kumari on Friday, March 18th, 2016 at 12:05 pm.
Filed under Blog, Blog.

I have spent a lot of time dwelling in the famous Chinese Quarter of Birmingham this past week, and I’ve found a few new gems – *yay*. I usually stick to my childhood favourites when I’m around this part of town, and never really venture out. There are so many new and interesting places that… Read more »