Offering lunch, dinner and afternoon tea, Three Church Road is the next addition to the thriving food scene in Edgbaston.
The new restaurant will seat just 35 people, and is located in a historic, Grade II listed Georgian building in Edgbaston, which was once owned by the Royal School for Deaf Children. It is part of the Audley St. George's Place retirement village, but it has a separate entrance.
Three Church Road offers a modern European cuisine, and boasts exciting components to their dishes, including squid ink tuiles, mango gel, and toffee parsnips.
The menu is brimmming with flavour, which is hardly surprising considering the head chef, Hari Krishnamurthy, previously worked at Gordon Ramsay's 'Plane Food' in Heathrow airport.
Three Church Road will be open for business on 24th May.
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