I recently attended the launch evening of Birmingham's newest restaurant Bistro 1847. Based in the city centre's Great Western Arcade, it follows the model of its branches in Manchester and Chorlton.
Following the launch, I was invited to enjoy a meal there and try more from their menu with a view to blogging about my experience.
|Beer Battered Halloumi|
As well as for my blog, I conducted the review for Dine Birmingham.
Dine Birmingham is a fabulous site that showcases the restaurant scene in Birmingham with accompanying reviews. An ideal reference point if you’re looking to find a restaurant specialising in a particular cuisine or just to see what’s new in the city. Take a look at the site for details here.
The restaurant steers away from the stereotypical vegetarian image of lentils and beanburgers and provides an amazing myriad of tastes and flavours that would convert even the most staunch of meat-eaters!
|Apple of my Eye!|
|Pablo Cabrito Shropshire Goat's Cheese|
To see why the restaurant is packing in the crowds, take a look at my Dine Birmingham review link here.
|Cocoa Chanel Comfort Eats Chocolate in Paris 1954|
Sponsored Post: This post was written following a kind invitation for dinner from Bistro 1847. This review was conducted with honesty, without bias and I was not required to produce a positive review. For further details of my PR policy, please see the Press, PR & Food Writing page of this website.