Two Course Meal For Two for £16 at Big Nannys Caribbean Restaurant
- Winner of the African Caribbean Business Award for Best Creative and Cultural Arts
- Authentic, family owned restaurant complete with Big Nanny's own secret jerk seasoning recipe
- Includes starter and main
Groupon valid for 2 people, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required, 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Wed-Sun 6pm-11pm. Valid for starters and mains only. Original prices based on most expensive options. Excludes lobster. Drinks and service charge not included.
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With a fish goddess for a mother and mannish water magician for a father, Big Nanny brings a full-flavoured family kick of inventive Jamaican spice to Birmingham's cuisine scene. She was chosen by the NHS to write a pamphlet on tasty healthy eating, and she won the prize for best culture and creative arts at the fifth annual African Caribbean Business Federation Awards. She grows red peas, scallion and pumpkin for her recipes, and she uses seven cast iron Dutchies to combine the ingredients and marry the flavours of the best bits of African Caribbean cooking, serving it all up to the eager diners of Birmingham.
To take the edge off rumbly tummies, foodies can begin with Stamp and Go: salted codfish with peppers and onions deep fried in a herby spicy medley and served with a hot pepper dip (£4.95), or the spicy jerk chicken wings, barbecued with a generous rub of Big Nanny's own jerk seasoning and served with pineapple salsa (£4.75). The main course could involve getting the lowdown on a Mackerel Rundown: salted mackerel simmered in a creamy coconut sauce (£11.95), or going all out with curried goat, marinated, slow-cooked and packing all the flavours of one of Jamaica's favourite traditional dishes (£14.95). Diners can then sit back and call the travel agent to arrange flights to Jamaica.
Big Nanny’s Caribbean Restaurant scores a tasty 5/5 stars from ThomsonLocal diners. Reviewers sung praise for the authentic vibe and the scrumptious food served.
Wonderful food, amazing atmosphere really charming restaurant. Excellent selectin (sic) of Jamaican rums, authentic flavours. A true gem in the heart of the jewellery quarter .
– jojo91, ThomsonLocal, July 2011
If you want to eat the best Caribbean food around, cooked the old way, then you should eat here. Also benefits from being close to the train station so you can have a drink as well - enjoy.
– Softbitts, ThomsonLocal, July 2011