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There's a French food revolution going on in Birmingham. Richard McComb reports on the rise and rise of Maison Mayci.Read
Edmunds restaurant in Birmingham has won a top “people’s award” – being named Midlands regional winner in the The Good Food Guide Restaurant of the Year Awards.
Clive Platman enjoys the impressive flavours of middle European vineyards which favour single varieties.Read
It’s another spring giveaway from the Dining Out column: two reviews for the price of one.Read
Birmingham’s renewed inward investment drive has scored another success after a London-based restaurant chain agreed to open its first operation outside the capital in the city.Read
Food critic Richard McComb talks to the undisputed Queen of Desserts, Claire Clark.Read
A property developer has refuted claims he was responsible for the closure of Glynn Purnell’s second restaurant, The Asquith.Read
Food critic Richard McComb asks some of Birmingham's top chefs for Royal Wedding menu suggestions.Read
Kat Keogh joins a women's movement that's singing the praises of real ale.Read
Welcome to the first of this year’s “toofers”: two reviews for the price of one.Read
Martyn Pearn is a chef on a mission at a reborn manor house, writes Food Critic Richard McComb.Read
Birmingham’s drive towards a more egalitarian food scene has been boosted with the launch of a new city-centre festival.Read
Thank cod it's coley... food critic Richard McComb enjoys a delicious taste of fish varieties condemned as 'discards'Read
Acclaimed chef Glynn Purnell has closed his new Edgbaston restaurant, The Asquith, and lost £40,000 following a bitter dispute with a debt-laden property developer.
Never go back, they say. It’s advice Glynn Purnell probably wishes he had heeded following the demise of The Asquith in Edgbaston.
TOP Birmingham chef Aktar Islam is bidding for a unique TV double as he bids to be a winner in the BBC’s Great British Menu.Read
Food critic Richard McComb meets Paul Gould, a chef who isn’t fazed by catering for Biblical numbers of diners.Read
When I say Carters of Moseley offers, quite possibly, the best value Sunday lunch in the city then there’s a fair chance that is what you will find.Read
Birmingham chef Glynn Purnell is championing the credentials of British cheese. Roz Laws spoke to him.Read
Having spent 17 years as the export director of a giant Languedoc wine co-operative, Katie Jones decided to become a vigneron in her own right.Read
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