6 Brindleyplace Birmingham B1 2JB
With just 40 covers, this classy restaurant offers an intimate and secluded dining experience despite its buzzing Brindleyplace location. Yet with accolades from both the Sunday and New York Times it’s as critically acclaimed as it is cosy. Bringing a bit of Gallic culinary finesse to Brum, Edmunds utilises classic French cooking methods in a contemporary way, serving a wonderful fillet of sea bass with sautéed king prawns, which makes the perfect foil for their delectable duck liver terrine starter and a grand finale of tiramisu served with tuille biscuits and amaretto ice-cream. The place itself is equal to the food, with crisp white tablecloths, glassware buffed to a diamond sparkle and steel drop lamps that spill a warm shimmering glow over the cutlery. Quite the fine dining experience.