1 review of Birmingham College Of Food, Tourism & Creative Studies in English
Birmingham College of Food and Tourism has three fantastic eateries that are open to the public. All provide food cooked by students and the food is served by students.
The Cap & Gown (http://www.ucb.ac.uk/asp/SERV-capAndGown.asp) offers starters under £3 and main courses under a fiver in a pub-style atmosphere. Call 0121 604 1010 to check on opening times.
The Brasserie (http://www.ucb.ac.uk/asp/SERV-brasserie.asp) offers a high standard of modern cuisine and opens in the evening. Currently (February 2009) they are offering a seven course meal including canapes on Monday evenings for £16.50 per person. They also run a tapas bar on Monday lunchtimes. The rest of the week it's £11.75 for three courses. Call 0121 604 1010 for bookings and opening times.
The Atrium (http://www.ucb.ac.uk/asp/SERV-atrium.asp) offers silver service and high quality food. On Monday evenings it's six courses for £14.50. The rest of the week two courses are £21 and three courses £24.00. Sample menus are on the website and are fantastic. Reservations are always required (0121 604 1010).
All three restaurants offer great value for money and the food is really top notch. It's fantastic to be able to support a local training organisation with trainees who end up working all over the world.
I've taken visitors from out of the area for Christmas lunch at The Brasserie and The Cap & Gown and all have been impressed by the quality of food and the service. A credit to Birmingham but parking is a nightmare!
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