“Birmingham Food Fest – a new culinary concept for the city - has been a tasty triumph, leaving foodie fans and visitors to the festival hungry for seconds. The 10-day gastronomic celebration had food lovers tucking into over 100 special restaurant offers from the 14th - 23rd October 2011 Celebrating the talents of Birmingham’s exceptional chefs and drawing on the diversity of the cuisine available in the city and the region, Food Fest was a sensational new food event not to be missed. Home to more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other English city outside London and a choice of more than 200 places to dine, Birmingham has plenty of reasons to be proud of its culinary scene. You could savour special menus, take part in themed events and take advantage of mouth watering offers – Food Fest had something to tempt all tastes and budgets.” That is how Birminham Food Festival’s organisers represent this event on their main website (http://birminghamfoodfest.com/).
A. THE FLAPPER. Kingston Row, Birmingham, West Midlands B1 2NU. B. NONDOâ€™S. Paradise Forum, Birmingham, West Midlands B3 3HJ C. BIRMINGHAM FOOD FESTIVAL; FRANCFURT CHRISTMAS MARKET. Victoria Square - New Street. D. SWORDFISH RECORDS. Cheltenham House, 14-16 Temple Street, West Midlands B2 5BG. E. ELECTRIC CINEMA. 47 Station St, Birmingham, West Midlands B5 4DY. F. KRISPY KREME. 1 Bullring Shopping Centre, Birmingham B5 4BP. G. COW VINTAGE CLOTHING. 82 Digbeth, Birmingham, West Midlands B5 6DY. H. THE FRAMERS/STUDIO4 GALLERY. The Custard Factory, Gibb St, Birmingham, West Midlands B9 4AA