Guess who was asked to write something for Sainsbury’s Magazine? Yep, little old me! You know me, any excuse to talk about the food (and drink) scene in the city and especially when it’s in a national publication – and one I actually read, usually on the bus home when I’m trying to balance all my shopping.
I could only pick four places, so I picked the ones that I think are pretty cool – and might appeal to fellow Sainsbury’s Magazine readers. If you’d like to read the column, the nice people at Sainsbury’s Magazine have handily added it online. If you’d like to read more about the places I mentioned, I’ve popped some links to my blog posts below;
- Rofuto I haven’t written up my food experience, I think the photos got lost in the great tech fail of 2016, but I’m heading back soon so will link then – though here are my first look photos.
- Gas Street Social I’ve been to a few times – here’s one on their brunch and some festive cocktails.
- Original Patty Men, obviously they’re my favourite place in Birmingham for burgers. But I also managed to get a mention of The Meat Shack who I also think are ace, I’m just sad they don’t have their own bricks and mortar place I can head to for burgers!
- The Edgbaston’s afternoon tea, which is lush, whether it’s Christmas or the standard variety.
Another fun surprise from the article was when my friend spotted a mention of it on TripAdvisor, as the reason someone went to Gas St Social. Probably time to stop thinking the only person that reads the blog is my mum.