With the smell of a bacon sandwich drifting through the office air at lunchtime, many people’s thoughts will turn to what they’re going to eat that evening. Chances are the thought of getting home after eight hours plus at work, finding the right ingredients and clattering the pots and pans around the kitchen as you attempt to cook up something both filling and nutritional will seem less than appealing. So why go through the hassle, why not treat yourself and your loved ones by eating out at our relaxed and homely Cellar Bar restaurant?
That perfect restaurant is somewhere which from the moment you walk in from the cold grabs all your senses – from the smell of the glorious food coming from the kitchen, to the sights of the dining area and food, whilst not coming across as being too stuffy. Here at Cellar Bar, we feel that we’ve got the balance just right.
We don’t just provide delicious food which will tickle your taste-buds and get your juices flowing as you anticipate each tender mouthful. The food our chefs lovingly prepare includes types of homemade dishes we remember fondly from our childhood, such as homemade steak pie with chunky chips, followed by bread and butter pudding with custard.
Along with the homemade food and the homely atmosphere which includes television screens to entertain you, when the neighbouring golf course is empty why not enjoy the views from the snug and cosy sofas. We’re also perfectly situated within one of the area’s best hotels should you not fancy the drive home afterwards.
Unlike a lot of the restaurants in the nearby towns, here at the Cellar Bar we believe that eating out should be an experience you can take your time over, which is why we provide you with the food, drink and relaxed atmosphere for as long as you want to stay.
We are forever reading about how important it is to have a stable diet, to eat the right foods etc. In-fact one of Britain’s most loved authors Virginia Woolf once said of the importance of food “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Here at Fairways Restaurant, we certainly agree with Ms Woolf, which is why we have a superb selection of excellent, fresh dishes at our restaurant Birmingham to get the taste buds tingling, the juices flowing and the stomach growling.
Whatever type of food you fancy, from fine dining with an extensive choice of wines and champagnes at the Regency Restaurant through to bar and grill food at Houston’s Bar and Grill or the Cellar Bar, with us you’ll find just the thing to sooth your appetite and treat your senses. For those who have spent their Sunday out at one of the nearby attractions, we also have an excellent Sunday lunch menu which includes a range of carvery options.
Our kitchen creates succulent dishes which tickle all senses. The smell of roast chicken with dauphinoise potatoes wafting through the air mixes with the sweet smell of a cooling white chocolate and raspberry tart and is bound to get your nostrils twitching and your stomach rumbling. Our pan fried seam bream, finished with fish bisque will make your eyes bulge in delight – especially when lovingly prepared by our well travelled and well respected head chef.
Unfortunately, no matter how hard we try, it’s impossible to tell you how good the food we have available in our range of restaurant Birmingham is – words honestly cannot do justice to the masterpieces that our team of skilful chefs create in the kitchen. We believe the only way to find out how good our food and drink is, is to come and pay us a visit.
Now that the nights have drawn in and there’s a chill in the air with a frost on the ground, many thoughts will have turned to Christmas. This word may spread fear into the faces of some and joy into others; after all there is nothing more daunting than hitting the shops to complete your Christmas shopping. But why not take the stress out of the build up and enjoy a weekend in Birmingham, taking in the delights of the German Christmas Market by day and staying at in one of the beautiful hotels Birmingham at night.
Since the turn of the millennium people have been flocking from all around the country to Birmingham to take in the delights of the 180+ stalled German Christmas market selling crafts, jewellery and Christmas decorations while all their senses are indulged. Visitors love the entire experience, from the dazzling Christmas lights and the angelic sounds of local choirs singing, to the smells and tastes of some of Germany’s gorgeous food and drink – including traditional German mulled wine.
Why not join the thousands of guests who will visit Victoria Square and New Street between November 18th and December 23rd 2010 to enjoy this extravaganza? But instead of heading home afterwards, why not book a room at the beautiful Windmill Village Hotel?
Our hotel is positioned just outside Birmingham and offers the perfect venue to relax after a day enjoying the Christmas Market. Whether you want to unwind in a sauna or steam room, or head to some mouth-watering food, all can be done here at Windmill Village.
Even the biggest Ebenezer Scrooge who normally moans about being dragged around the shops at Christmas will have their heart melted and the Christmas spirit flood through them when they visit the Birmingham Christmas market, and booking a room at one of the best hotels Birmingham will top the trip off and leave them giddy for the big day itself.