Here's a look at all of the Michelin star restaurants Birmingham is now home to.
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New Oxford House, 16 Waterloo St, Birmingham B2 5UG
Adam’s Restaurant is located at the bottom of Bennetts Hill in the city centre. Adam Stokes and his wife Natasha moved from Scotland after receiving a Michelin star and four AA rosettes at Glenapp Castle, to set up here in our city.
Adam’s began as a 'two year pop-up' but recently revealed plans to move to a larger and more permanent location on Waterloo Street
2c St Mary's Row, Wake Green Road, Moseley, Birmingham B13 9EZ
This is one of Birmingham's most-talked-about restaurants. And that was before the Michelin star came in September 2015.
The environment and ethos at Carters are a credit to our culinary scene. This is a place that serves elegant and interesting dishes without being grandiose or stuffy about it.
Shadowbrook Ln, Hampton in Arden, Solihull B92 0DQ
The most recent Michelin Star recipient, Peel's serves modern British fine dining at the elegant Hampton Manor hotel.
55 Cornwall Street Birmingham B3 2DH
Local celebrity chef Glynn Purnell opened his namesake restaurant in 2007, and it quickly gained a reputation as one of Birmingham’s finest dining destinations.
Prepare to go all out and try new food and drinks, at one of the most exciting Michelin Star restaurants Birmingham boasts.
20 Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3DU
All in all, Simpsons is a very special place to dine. You couldn’t fault the luxurious setting, nor the attentive service, nor the fantastically-presented food.
A refurb has brought a touch of the funky and contemporary to the listed Georgian mansion in Edgbaston.
69 High Street Harborne, Birmingham, West Midlands B17 9NS
In Turners Restaurant, chef Richard Turner has created a treasure of Michelin-star dining on Harborne high street.
Its discreet size and location mean that you may even walk past it the first time you visit. But as we know, size isn’t everything.
Posted by Ahmed Ahmed