I’ve been meaning to try out this cafe ever since I’ve been back from the States and let me tell you it didn’t disappoint! This is also a Halal breakfast spot! I would definitely rate this place:
I love trying out new places with different backgrounds and culture. This cafe sits in the heart of Birmingham on Stratford Road and is always attracting its customers with its cool green colours and cute outdoor seating!
We ordered a full English breakfast and I can say everything tasted so good! I wasn’t too keen on trying the Turkey Bacon as the smell is not something I’m too familiar with (being Muslim and all who doesn’t eat Bacon lol) but it didn’t taste too bad for my first time! The sausages were lovely and the fried egg was crispy and delicious!
The french toast were amazing! So light and fluffy! Very filling and tasted so well with the nutella and fruit!
The fluffy pancakes were a catch! So succulent and filling! Absolutely loved this! The fruit really gave it an edge and wouldn’t mind trying this again!
My favourite would have to be the strawberry mojito mocktails! I had two! Very cool, refreshing and definitely hit the spot!
I would definitely recommend this place! It has a really cool atmosphere and is a great place to visit with family or friends!
Before I begin, I need to praise my Indian friend Nav for introducing me to such a delicious cuisine! Since me and my friend are Muslim and she’s vegetarian we opted for the Veg menu! And can I just say it’s absolutely mouth-watering!
I would give this restaurant:
We ordered a mix grill platter which consists of Gunpowder Paneer, Veg Kebab, Veg Tikka, Onion Bhaji, Chilli Paneer, Sweet Peppers, and Grilled Onions.
We also ordered a side of chilli chips which were made in a nice spicey sauce topped with spring onions.
This next dish is made with soya chicken covered in szechuan sauce!
This Paneer Tikka Masala curry was so delicious! It’s cooked with cottage cheese and rich, creamy tomatoe sauce topped with indian spices! Was so yummy! We had this with garlic cheese naan bread!
I would definitely recommend this restaurant as it caters for both meat lovers and vegetarians!
I love spontaneous outings and adventures! The places I visit the most have to include some history and background to pull me in. This place caught my eye as it wasn’t too far from home which was probably an hour and six minutes from Birmingham!
I grabbed two of my closest friends who never hike and walk through nature as they are scared of insects! But once they discovered the beauty behind the nature they loved it.
The walk around the reservoir was amazing as it was very picturesque and the views were amazing! There were many benches around the park as it can be quite tiring reaching the waterfall. However, it was worth it as there were many cool sites to see and explore!
I would definitely recommend this place as it is so beautiful and the hidden castle and waterfall really makes up for the hike!