Harvey Nichols Birmingham has launched its new Brasserie menu, boasting mouth-watering dishes perfect for the season. Created by Head Chef Stewart Mackie and his team, the range of tempting starters, mains and desserts feature the best ingredients, many locally sourced.
With quality and freshness at its heart, the tempting dishes draw on classic flavours and contemporary techniques. For starters, enjoy roasted beetroot with Jerusalem artichoke purée and pickled mushrooms; chicken liver parfait with Harvey Nichols chutney and toasted brioche; and mackerel with spiced garlic potatoes and caper sauce. Mains include vegetable and red lentil curry; roasted salmon and white bean cassoulet with a fennel and herb salad; guinea fowl with pancetta, mushrooms and a red wine sauce; and venison loin, celeriac choucroute, Swiss chard and mushroom stroganoff. Desserts include espresso parfait with crumbled hazelnuts; honey and apple cheesecake; plum crumble with mace set custard; and chocolate pecan brownie, salted caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream.
Alongside the new dishes, diners can also opt for a handful of much-loved classics including Caesar salad, fish and chips, burger and steaks, as well as Champagne Afternoon Tea for those special celebrations.
The Harvey Nichols Brasserie at The Mailbox is open Sundays from 11am-10pm; Mondays from 10am-7pm; and Tuesdays-Saturdays from 10am-10.00pm. Harvey Nichols Afternoon Tea is served every Monday to Saturday from 1pm-4pm and Sundays from 3pm-5pm and priced at £24 per person or £32 for a Champagne tea. To make a reservation or for more information please call 0121 616 6028, email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at harveynichols.com.