Birmingham - £19.50 instead of £53 for a delicious meal for 2 at the City Cafe, choose from juicy steaks, fresh seafood paella, a tender rump of lamb or good ol' fish and chips to name but a few - Save 63%
- We highly recommend the sea trout, mussels, chorizo or crispy salt and pepper squid
- Be at the mercy of the award winning chefs
- Dine to your heart’s delight in a classy, contemporary setting
- 1 voucher per two persons, may buy multiple as gifts
- Maximum 3 vouchers per table equalling 6 people
- Voucher valid until 30th Nov months, seven days a week
- Advance booking essential, please have vouchers and security codes ready
- Must book and use by 30 Nov 2010
- Not valid with other offers
European culinary connoisseurs may not always paint the most positive picture of British food, often ignoring such delights as Lincolnshire pork, Cornish lamb or Hereford beef. But you really shouldn’t make the mistake of relying solely on word of mouth because, after all, British cookery certainly isn't limited to the ever-so notorious, (but trusted!) fish and chips - despite what the rest of the world thinks. At the City Inn Cafe, the best food from our shores mingles with a mixture of French and Italian classics and tried and tested continental cooking techniques creating a unique re-take on modern European cuisine which DOES include the mouthwatering exports from Lincolnshire, Cornwall or Hereford. And for a mere £19.50, two can salivate over modern European food at Birmingham’s City Cafe. We paired up with the restaurant to offer you £53 worth of food and save you over 60% in the process.
If that wasn't enough, let us whet your appetite a little more; to start you could sample the famous Roast Wood Pigeon and Onion Tart with quails eggs, peas and dry cured bacon (£6.95). For the main you could go for our favourite the Trio of Middle White Pork, confit belly, roast fillet and pork dumpling with savoy cabbage, onion jus and crackling (£14.95) and if there's room you can even squeeze in a dessert or a few sides.
With branches scattered throughout the UK, Birmingham’s City Cafe branch has the mighty culinary touch of Neil Peers, who started brewing his kitchen magic at the age of 14. Since then, he’s garnered several awards, including a ‘gold star’ for his pasta. Imagine what his pasta background could do to beef, pork or lamb born and bred in the UK? Or good old fish and chips? For contemporary European dishes, check out the À La Carte Menu City Cafe has to offer, but beware of the drool that may form around your lips.
What people are saying...
"The first time I have dined at City Cafe Birmingham and won't be the last. Always in Birmingham on business and always thought City Cafe, was, just that, a Cafe. How wrong I was. The food is great value and of high quality and with great service to match. Would recommend a visit to anyone"