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  

Ramblings

Mowgli Street Food set to open in Grand Central

Calling all Indian street food fans! A new restaurant is coming to Grand Central in late September that's going to make your tastebuds tingle. Mowgli Street Food will be serving up quick bites for shoppers and diners in the food court area of the Birmingham New Street complex. Set to be the fourth restaurant under… Continue reading Mowgli Street Food set to open in Grand Central

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

A trip to Brindleyplace Summer Market

As those of you who live or work in Birmingham all know, on Friday the weather was absolutely beautiful. From the moment I woke up at 7am the sun was shining and Birmingham, once again, managed to look like one of the most beautiful cities in the UK.  I decided to get outside and enjoy… Continue reading A trip to Brindleyplace Summer Market

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