A couple of weeks ago my family and I were invited to a preview lunch at a gorgeous new restaurant and bar in Birmingham.
The Fleet Street Kitchen is one of the most unusual restaurants I have been too in a while, with the Barbacoa grill being the main focal point of the room.
In a relaxed environment you can enjoy fabulous fresh food cooked to your liking, as neither of us were drinking we had virgin Mojitos.
As we went on a Sunday I opted for the Sunday lunch, the meat was cooked perfectly and the vegetables were divine covered in the all important gravy which tasted great.
Although they don't have a specific children's menu you can have any of the mains half portion and half price so we chose the chicken and chips for my son and daughter.
Starters were all great sizes too so you could just have a couple of those for the kids, we chose the baby back ribs and potted duck which were both fabulous.
High chairs were available and at no point were we made to feel uneasy about children wanting to go and look at the kitchen and a general walk around.
The whole atmosphere was wonderful and it felt like a kitchen come dining room with a modern twist.
Finally pudding, personally I would go for a pudding over the starter but since we were there to try everything, I went for the whole 3 courses. I decided to have the Eton Mess, my husband had the chocolate pot and my son went for ice cream. The manager sent over some melted chocolate and raspberries for the children which was a lovely touch.
And finally the downstairs, although it wasn't in full use yet the vibe we got from it was elegant with an edgy feel from the spray paintings on the wall.
The booths were great and the range of spirits suited mine and my husbands unusual and sometimes expensive tastes.
|You can't tell from the picture but this door is huge!|
|Spray painted ladies on the walls.|
|Gorgeous chandeliers offered a luxurious feel|
The staff were friendly and helpful and overall we had a great meal.
NB. The meal was given to us free of charge in return for our thoughts on the restaurant, all words and images are my own.