13th April 2022
Spring is one of our favourite times of year – as well as longer days and warmer nights on Canalside, this season means long weekends with plenty of new recipes and dishes to try!
Get ready to explore the latest menus from some of your favourite restaurants, whether you want to indulge in authentic flavours of Italy, dine Parisian-style at Cote, or gather family and friends for a belly-filling brunch at Gas Street Social.
Bank Holiday Brunching at Gas Street Social
Birmingham’s number one brunch spot is open for Bank Holiday Monday, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate an extra day off than with burgers and a side of bottomless Bellinis, Bloody Marys and Beers!
Easter Brunch at Gas Street Social runs from 10am to 5pm, so you can enjoy all that the unbeatable menu has to offer over the long weekend.
Family Get Togethers with Zizzi
Italian cuisine is all about spending time with the family, and what better excuse to visit Zizzi than to try the newest dishes? With plenty of choice for meat-eaters, vegetarians and vegans alike, there’s something for everyone enjoy.
The new menu brings back timeless your favourite recipes as well as some new additions to fall in love with. Start with Fonduta Formaggi, share the Rustica Hot Potato & Calabrian Sausage Pizza and dive into the six-layer Lasaaaaagne – you won’t regret it!
Date Night Steaks at Miller & Carter
Been a while since date night? Enjoy a romantic evening with the best of British steak at Miller & Carter, with a new menu featuring crispy pork belly bao buns and the succulent chargrilled Himalayan pork cutlet.
If you want to take your sharing steak experience to the next level, why not go for the limited edition Ultimate Chateaubriand Experience. Succulent Chateaubriand 16oz, luxurious Grilled Lobster Tail, tempting Truffle Mac & Cheese, and delicious Sautéed Greens, complete with a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape – all for £100.
Authentic Italian Tastings from Lucarelli
Each month, Lucarelli is taking its guests on a tour across the different regions of Italy with the brand new Giro d’Italia menu. First stop: Abruzzo, the birthplace of resident chef, Aldo Zilli. Located just east of Roma, its cuisine is inspired by the produce from the bountiful Adriatic Sea as well as the rich soil of the Apennine mountains.
Celebrate Easter with traditional lamb with an Italian twist. Tuck into pappardelle pasta with a spring lamb and broad bean ragu finished with fresh mint, or explore Adriatic Monkfish, wrapped in pancetta from Chieti with a sage and asparagus sauce.
What’s more, pair your dish with a glass of Montepulciano D’Abruzzo, topped with aromas of ripe fruit, cherry and cocoa. A full-bodied wine with peppery notes on the finish, who could resist?
Parisian-Style Dining at Côte Brasserie
The new menu has arrived at Côte, featuring an irresistibly indulgent sharing board. Dip away into a pool of creamy baked Camembert, covered in herb-crusted breadcrumbs for the ultimate indulgence.
It doesn’t stop there. You’ll also feast on truffle saucisson, Coppa sel Sec, olives, honey tomatoes and rosemary crackers. Perfect for two, treat yourself this bank holiday weekend.