Stunning Indo-Persian Birmingham boutique hotel & fine dining restaurant opening date unveiled

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Take a look around the stunning Indo-Persian hotel called Baloci which is replacing The Edgbaston in Birmingham

Blending inspiration from Turkey to India the stunning Baloci Indo-Persian boutique hotel and fine dining restaurant is set to mesmerise guests with its beauty.

The venue is offering fine dining experiences showcasing the ultimate tastes of the Silk Road which also crosses through Iran Balochistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan - to people staying with them or just visiting for dinner.

Decadent decor featuring rich reds and glorious golds, ensure this is the ultimate place to enjoy the fascinating regional cuisines from the faraway lands.

There’s Silk Road afternoon tea experiences to enjoy too - with sweet and savoury bites complimenting exotic teas taking you on a journey across the ancient lands. 

Downstairs a private members bar is set to serve intriguing cocktails influenced by the philosophies of Zoroastrianism in the private members' Zoroaster Cocktail Bar on the lower ground floor.

The Baloci is situated in the former building where The Edgbaston Boutique Hotel entertained people across the city and further away. It’s a popular location with the best of Edgbaston Village a stone’s throw away, including Chapter, The Highfield, Physician, Loki Wine - to mention a few.

The restaurant is opening its doors to guests from Monday, January 8.

A spokesperson for Baloci said: “Our name, Baloci, is inspired by the nomadic Baloch tribes that navigated these regions.  They thrived not only by adapting to diverse climates and terrains but also by embracing the various cultures they encountered – much like our unique menu that blends the regional cuisines of these vibrant territories.

“At Baloci, we aim to narrate these regional stories through our menu, giving our guests not just a meal but a feast steeped in history and culture.”

Take a look around Baloci - opening in Edgbaston Birmingham on Monday, January 8 - in our gallery here

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