In my relentless pursuit of getting out of cooking on weekends, last Sunday my wife and I popped along to Sarehole Mill. A few miles from Birmingham city centre it’s a beautiful little spot hidden amongst houses. Also, Flying Teapot Events have been running a street food, folk, ale and craft fair there every other week since April.
We were out and about for a few visits to family and felt a light repast may help enliven the journey midway through.
Another Friday, another occasion where my energy for cooking dinner seemed to be somewhat lacking. Also, it had been my birthday the previous week and I thought I still deserved a treat.
Helpfully, there’s a new delivery service in town called Deliveroo who’ve been delivering since early April. They supply a delivery service for a wide range of some of the best eateries in Brum, pretty much a ‘restaurant concierge service’. From American to Nepalese via Mexican, Indian, Polish, Chinese and a whole host of other choices, there’s certainly a wide enough options to suit most palates.
After a hard day of work and on the way home, my wife and I felt we needed a well deserved rest. We usually walk along Colmore Row (in the heart of the Colmore Business District’s wide range of eateries, more to review!). But for a change we cut across the cathedral square and had a mosey on down Waterloo Street.
On the Victoria Square end there’s a young bar which has captured my heart since opening in March 2014. It’s a joint venture between Purity Brewery and Michelin starred Simpsons Restaurant. With a reputation of that pedigree, we were expecting something a little bit more than a regular pub meal… Continue reading “Purely Peckish – Pure Bar & Kitchen”