There is still a lot to be discovered in a huge city of Birmingham. Standing alone with full vigor and courage on the edge of Bindley Palace at City Inn is one of the famous cafes of the city that serve delicate, fresh, and exiting dishes with all that an European twist and tweak. The interior of this restaurant has ditched all outdated style of decoration used in other traditional hotels and motels of Birmingham. Despite of cramming interior with dull lights, pale color sofas, and ordinary brown carpets, The City Café has unique transformation to observe and witness; big wall-glass, tucked in small blue cushion filled chairs, and stylish tables, and it have different interior than most of Birmingham Restaurants.
Neil Peers has brought a wealth of culinary ethics and values with him that is shown in his dishes and foods. You can order cress salad, Granny smith, grilled English asparagus, tuna, tapenade, fresh loin, white tuna, chicken, mushroom risotto, tarragon, and sea trout. The menu has an array of dishes to choose from, it’s not easy to make a parsimonious choice after seeing those all complicated names. However, their food has flair of European cuisines with a slight mixture of English foods. You would love to have your mean al fresco sitting in the terrace and enjoy seeing an 18tf ft-high Christmas tree that sparkles under the shinning lights.