The Ivy Temple Row opens in Birmingham
The Ivy Temple Row has officially arrived in Birmingham, opening its doors to the public at 8am this morning (Wednesday, 11 April).
Open seven days a week, from dawn until dusk, the 135-cover brasserie is now serving its extensive all-day menu of breakfast, elevenses, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails, weekend brunch and dinner.
Located at the top of Temple Row, the brasserie will exude the familiar luxury of its sister restaurants, but with a focus on accessibility as well as sophisticated glamour. Whilst booking a table on a Saturday night is advised, the restaurant holds back a number of tables each day for walk-in diners, so those living and working locally can drop in at their leisure.
Inside, The Ivy Collection’s signature green colour palette is contrasted with striking burnt orange banquettes and polished marble floors. Overlooking St. Philip’s Cathedral, the brasserie offers a private dining experience for up to 20 people in The Archer Room – named after the cathedral’s architect, Thomas Archer.
Menus are all-encompassing, featuring a selection of modern British classics and internationally inspired dishes such as, The Ivy Collection shepherd’s pie, a truffle chicken sandwich and seasonal grilled fish, as well as light and healthy brunch options, delicious afternoon teas and an extensive cocktail menu.
Laura Bamber, Operations Manager for The Ivy Collection, said:
“It has been an incredible few months watching the restaurant take shape, and now we’re open, we can’t wait to be a part of the Birmingham community.”
To reserve a table at The Ivy Temple Row, call 0121 725 2110 and stay up-to-date with the Birmingham brasserie by following @theivybirmingham on Instagram.
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