Six famous chefs who went to school in and around Birmingham
We’ve taken a look at the famous chefs who attended schools in Birmingham
Recently, we’ve been looking at some of the famous faces who went to schools in our city.
From footballers and athletes, to actors, film stars and influential politicians, there are many big names who were educated in Birmingham.
This week BirminghamWorld has taken a look at the famous chefs who went to school in Brum. The city has one of the best dining scenes in the country. It encompasses French fine dining, global fusion, craft cocktails, local brews and more.
The city is home to six Michelin star restaurants - the highest number in the UK outside London. There’s Adams, Opheem and Purnells in the city centre, Carters in Moseley, Peel’s in Solihull and Simpsons in Edgbaston.
There are also many other brilliant independent venues offering fantastic, innovative food too - The Wilderness in the Jewellery Quarter and Craft at the ICC to mention just two.
Birmingham has so much good quality food and variety to offer. Whether you want pub food or fine dining - there are many amazing restaurants in and around the city that are ready to meet your desires.
With this in mind, we’ve taken a look at the six famous chefs who went to school in the city.