The Jewellery Quarter has undoubtedly cemented itself as a go-to location in the Midlands for great food, entertainment and nightlife in the past few years.

From various independent bars to restaurants sharing the delights of cultural cuisine from across the world, the JQ is now the home to a number of new and exciting bars and restaurants that bring thousands of visitors to the area each year.

And as 2021 approaches, it’s great news to hear that, even after the tough year the hospitality sector has had, we’ll be continuing to bring new eatery concepts to the heart of Birmingham.

And it’s been revealed that the 19th-century Tramshed building, found in the Jewellery Quarter, will be renovated and turned into a restaurant and bar named ‘The Rolling Mill’ early in the new year.

The team behind the renovation plans are brothers, Sunny and Sonu Rull, who already run the nearby popular pub, ‘Hen & Chickens’, a go-to for its Indian desi food.

Not straying far from the location of Hen & Chickens, just a stones-throw away on Constitution Hill, the 7,957 sq ft space for the new bar and restaurant venue will see a major refurbishment programme. 

With capacity for 280 covers, a heated mezzanine rooftop, two bars, courtyard and private internal terrace, The Rolling Mill will become a vibrant, yet relaxed space for meeting up with friends and enjoying the flavours of European cuisine.

With talks of the new venue bringing a sense of hope to the hospitality sector, it’s brilliant to hear that its arrival will also bring with it the opening of at least 40 new jobs to the area.

When speaking of the venture with Business Live, Sunny Rull said: “We are so looking forward to launching The Rolling Mill next year and hope this provides some much-needed good news for the hospitality sector in Birmingham.

“2020 has undoubtedly been tough for all, particularly in our industry, and we know there is still a lot to battle in the coming months.

“However, we truly believe that The Rolling Mill concept is going to help revitalise what was such a thriving sector in the city and we cannot wait to welcome Birmingham when our doors are open.”

We can’t wait to welcome the new restaurant to the JQ, and, if you’re just like us and can’t wait until its opening, why not stay tuned on news surrounding the launch on The Rolling Mill’s social channels, on Facebook and Instagram.


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