Let’s say hello to Brum’s newest independent restaurant: Chapter.
The bar and kitchen is right in the heart of Edgbaston Village, offering brunch lunch and dinner. From the lovely team behind (the sadly closed) Opus, you’ll find a pretty neighbourhood spot offering meals in the restaurant or snacks with drinks in the plush bar.
If you’re lucky you can sit up at the counter and see into the kitchens. Ask to sit here – it’s like having chef’s table access for free and great to see the kitchen team busy making magic behind the scenes.
Brunches include beef brisket skillets, topped bagels and eggs benny. Highly recommend the mushrooms on toast from the daytime menu – beautiful with a rich Madeira sauce and the type of sourdough that makes your heart happy.
From lunchtime, you can enjoy things like pork cheek, steak, fresh fish dishes, and cheese platters. On Sundays you can also bag yourself a hearty roast dinner. Menus vary from bar to restaurant and will change seasonally to reflect availability.
The bar itself is dog friendly (I know you doggy people love to ask this) and there’s a kids menu so I assume your small humans are welcome to. Please keep them on a lead though… the kids, I mean.
You’ll find Chapter at Greenfield Crescent in the heart of Edgbaston Village and it’s currently open Tuesday to Sunday. Outside areas (including terraces at the front and back) will open later this year.
The enthusiastic front of house team couldn’t be nicer and the venue is a lovely space to enjoy a meal with friends and family. Best of luck to Ben, Irene and Ann on their new adventure – it’s good to see you all back doing what you love.
Chapter is a beautiful addition to the city and offers the type of dining experience we’ve been missing on this side of the centre. I can’t wait to spend a lot more time here this year.
Chapter, Greenfield Crescent, Edgbaston, B15 3BE
Disclosure: all food and drink paid for by me and words and pictures are mine. Pictures were taken over multiple visits.