The Best Breakfast in Birmingham at Browns Brasserie & Bar.

Our trip
to Birmingham ended on a fantastic high as
we attended Browns Brasserie & Bar for a delightful breakfast. They
are located on the outside of the Bullring, opposite gorgeous views
of St Martin’s Church and Selfridges. The building is gorgeous, even from the
outside it’s hard not to be tempted in, and once inside it’s like a
little world of foodie heaven. 


We were
greeted by delightful staff and we were lucky enough to meet manager Ranjit, a passionate and welcoming man leading an equally happy and
enthusiastic team. We were shown to a lovely table near the window,
and even though we’d brought the rain from Wales with us, we still
had a beautiful view and relaxing vibe.

 
 
The
restaurant is very spacious, with lots of quirky areas, such as the
photo framed wall leading upstairs and the balcony; perfect for
enjoying long summer evenings with delicious food and drink. 

 
Victoria,
one of the very lovely waitresses, offered us tea and coffee and
noted our order; Warren opted for a Traditional Breakfast and I
couldn’t wait to try their Eggs Benedict.

Our food
arrived and it looked (almost) too good to eat. Warren’s breakfast
looked so tasty, and I felt truly spoiled with my breakfast; it was
picture perfect. 

We
tucked in and, for once, we were pretty lost for words. The food was
not only presented in a beautiful manner, but it was all cooked to
perfection. The portions were spot on, and we couldn’t help but
notice how high quality the ingredients were. The sausages were the best Warren has ever eaten (and that means a lot, he’s a sausage expert!) and the combination of food on my plate was esquisite.

All the items on the menu are extremely well priced, with Warren’s breakfast priced at £7.50 which included sausages, bacon, toast, beans, eggs (cooked to your own preference), and a half grilled tomato (it also includes mushrooms and black pudding but Warren chose to not have these items). The Eggs Benedict
is priced at £7.95 and each element was perfectly put together, and each mouthful was a total taste delight!  
Their
loose leafed tea is priced at£2.50, and I managed to squeeze four
cups of tea out of the pot! Warren’s coffee was £2.50 and it arrived with
frothy hot milk, a perfect addition if you wish to add it to your
drink. This means breakfast would have cost just over £20 for two of us, such a great price for a such an enjoyable experience.
 
We think
Browns Brasserie & Bar is a beautiful restaurant in a beautiful part of Birmingham;
the views are stunning and the access to the city, shops and
night-life is perfect. As for the staff, well they made us feel so
unbelievably welcome and at home, it was hard to leave! They’re a
very special bunch and I can’t wait to go back and sample their
afternoon tea (£13.50 per person) which looks delicious and perfect for
visitors of Birmigham to enjoy after a long day shopping in the
vibrant city.
 

I
can’t recommend Browns highly enough; it has all the charm and
delight a restaurant should have, and it’s easy to see how it
transforms from a relaxing breakfast venue to a vibrant restaurant
for evening dining and meeting friends. 
We had the perfect start to our day and it felt incredibly special to discover such a little gem in the heart of the city. We can’t wait to go back! 

Disclosure:
We received food and drink in exchange for review. All opinions are
100% honest and my own.
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