That time of year is approaching where you get together with friends, family or work colleagues and enjoy a fabulous Christmas Dinner. Now, it may be late to make bookings at certain places but all is not lost. In the Jewellery Quarter, there are five eateries that are offering an amazing Christmas Dinner menu, that is sure to stimulate all taste buds.
A relatively new kid to the block, 1000 Trades allows you to enjoy a box of wine, a relaxed atmosphere and food from some of the finest street food vendors in town. And that is heightened in the run up to Christmas. It begins with a residency from The Vegan Grindhouse every Monday, starting from the 28th November until the 19th December. Where they will be serving a three-course vegan Christmas meal. This is as well as Kebabylon being in the kitchen every other day, as well as a special menu being served by the guys at 1000 Trades. You guys are spoilt for choice! For more details, just head on over to their website.
Saint Pauls House
Situated on the picturesque St Paul’s Square, Saint Pauls house combines a restaurant, bar and boutique hotel. They are offering a Christmas Day menu, as well as a three-course lunch and five-course Christmas dinner. The menu is exactly what you would want from a Christmas meal – luxury and decadence in high quantities. As well as Instagram-worthy food, picturesque surroundings and a festive atmosphere. What more could you ask for? Find out more by heading over to their website.
A Jewellery Quarter staple, The Church, is offering a two or three-course menu. There is something to suit meat-eaters, veggies & vegans, fish-lovers and even those craving something a little different. They are even offering a buffet menu. Be sure to head on over to their website to see their options and to find out more. We quite like the sounds of the Salted Caramel Brownie!
The Rose Villa Tavern
Located slap-bang in the centre of the Jewellery Quarter is The Rose Villa Tavern. They also have the option of having a two or three-course meal for either lunch or dinner. They are also offering options that cater to all dietary requirements, making the organisers life a little bit easier. Is there anything better than a Pecan Pie on a cold rainy Brummie day? We don’t think so! Peruse their website to find out more.
Fleet Street Kitchen
If you fancy something that is a little bit closer to the nightlife in Birmingham, then Fleet Street Kitchen is your best bet. Located on Summer Row, it’s a stone throw’s distance away from Broad St and all of the best bars in Birmingham. Like other eateries in the Jewellery Quarter, they are offering the festive menu as two or three courses and as a lunch or dinner option. Their menu is classic with a luxurious Christmas twist. With options such as chocolate brownie with Chantilly cream and 8oz charcoal grilled sirloin steak, hand-cut chips, mushroom, tomato and peppercorn sauce. We are feeling a little hungry now and if you are too, then head on over to their website to find out more.
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