Daytime cafe Saint Kitchen has reopened under new management, having been closed for several months.
The popular St Paul’s Square venue reopened at the end of November, and is still serving up breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes as well as coffee and cakes, although the menu has had an overhaul with a new chef at the helm.
The space itself hasn’t changed massively and it remains a nice spot overlooking the grassy square for a solo date or a catch up with pals.
I popped in with friends this week to see what the change in management has brought, and I’m happy to say we had some really good grub. Most of the menu sits around the £6-9 price point, with good value daily specials available too.
My doorstop pulled pork sourdough sandwich with sprout slaw (don’t knock it until you’ve tried it!!) was an absolute steal at £6 from the specials menu. Other lunchtime treats included shakshuka and salt cod fritters that both come in around £8. I’ll be back for the brunch options soon, no doubt.
They bake their breads in-house and their coffee is sourced from the roaster Origins. I do like Saint Kitchen – if you can grab a seat in the window you have a lovely view of St Paul’s and the food is still tasty and well executed.
You can get 10% off food and drink with your Independent Birmingham card/app, too.
Saint Kitchen, 61 Saint Paul’s Square, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B3 1QS
Disclosure: I’ve always paid in full here. All opinions, photos and caffeine shakes are mine.