Award-winning restaurateur Adam Stokes has claimed a fourth Michelin star for Birmingham, ensuring the city maintains its reign as home to more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other English city outside of the capital!
Adam Stokes, of Adam’s Restaurant, who previously earned a Michelin Star and 4AA Rosettes in 2011 whilst in Scotland, joins the ranks of the city’s Michelin starred chefs Glynn Purnell of Purnell’s Restaurant, Richard Turner of Turner’s Restaurant and Luke Tipping at Simpsons.
Located on Bennetts Hill in the heart of Birmingham city centre, Adam Stokes opened his first restaurant ‘Adam’s’ in spring of this year. The 25-seat venue serves an innovative menu of modern British food, which has proved extremely popular over the last 6 months since its opening.
Open for five days a week, the restaurant serves two tasting menus of varying length showcasing Adam’s style. The ‘Tasting 5’ and for the full culinary experience the ‘Tasting 9’ course menu priced at £45 and £75 respectively. Menus are complemented by creative wine pairings and a focused wine list. A light lunch menu of one, two or three courses is available alongside the tasting menus to whet the appetites of lunchtime diners. The couple aim to create a relaxed fine dining service with friendly knowledgeable staff.
For further information on Adam’s Restaurant visit www.adamsrestaurant.co.uk