Birmingham Restaurant Festival 2024 is a month-long celebration of city's culinary scene

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Birmingham Restaurant Festival has unveiled a range of exclusive menus for 41 participating restaurants, running from August 1st to 31st.

This month-long event highlights Birmingham's acclaim as the Most Exciting Foodie Destination in 2022, acknowledged by the Good Food Guide. Headliners include Michelin-starred Purnell's and 670 Grams. Purnell's, led by Glynn Purnell, offers a vibrant tasting menu featuring dishes like Beetroot with dill, Scallop Ceviche, and Blueberry & Buttermilk Tart.

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Read more: Birmingham food & drink 670 Grams features two distinctive tasting menus with inventive dishes like Curry Cured Salmon and Strawberry & Pea. The restaurant is celebrated for its eclectic style and unique flavour combinations. Other notable participants are The Oyster Club, the second venture by Michelin-starred chef Adam Stokes, with offerings like Tempura King Prawns and Lamb Rump. Qavali, famous for its Indo-Persian menu in a lush Persian Garden setting, adds to the festival's diverse culinary landscape. Lasan, celebrated for exquisite Indian dining, joins the festival alongside Isaac's, which presents dishes such as Gochujang Chicken Wings and The Billionaire Cookie for dessert, showcasing their innovative approach.

The festival isn't limited to high-end dining. Independent gems like Primitivo and Trentina bring a mix of traditional and contemporary styles, enhancing Birmingham's culinary diversity.

The eclectic lineup ranges from Indian street food to contemporary Chinese cuisine. Birmingham Restaurant Festival invites diners to explore and savor the exclusive menus offered by various restaurants, celebrating the city's vibrant culinary scene. The festival celebrates Birmingham's rich cultural tapestry and culinary artistry. Whether you're a fan of fine dining or eager to try something new, the festival promises an exciting gastronomic adventure this August.

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