Review

Fine dining Indian style @ Lasan 

There’s a handful of restaurants in Birmingham that need little introduction, and Lasan most certainly falls into that category.  Launched in 2002 by Jabbar Khan, the Indian restaurant - part of the Lasan Group that includes Fiesta del Asado, Nosh & Quaff and Raja Monkey Cafe - has recently undergone a £500,000 refurbishment. With the… Continue reading Fine dining Indian style @ Lasan 

Events, Review

A laid back Indian dining experience @ Tamatanga  

If like me you've been walking past the colourful boards hiding Tamatanga for the last month (and been dying to get inside) this week I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek.  The latest 'Indian streetfood' style restaurant to pop up in Birmingham city centre, Tamatanga is the new sibling of the award-winning restaurant… Continue reading A laid back Indian dining experience @ Tamatanga  

Events, Review

Second birthday celebrations @ Umami

There were 2 main reasons why I was excited to be invited to celebrate the birthday of Umami Indian Kitchen recently. Firstly because I have heard great things about this restaurant, and secondly because I love Indian food. Like, I really do love it. So when I arrived at the Harborne restaurant one sunny evening… Continue reading Second birthday celebrations @ Umami

Ramblings, Review

Spicy celebrations @ Pushkar

I love Pushkar's on Broad Street. The food and service are always outstanding, and despite being in a part of Brum that many of us choose to avoid (Saturday nights on Broad St are pretty grim unless you're single and 18, let's be honest) the restaurant looks and feels quite fancy.  Ian and I first… Continue reading Spicy celebrations @ Pushkar