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Sunday Lunch Restaurant Birmingham

Having a Sunday lunch means something different to each and every one of us. Perhaps it reminds you of your childhood, and cosy winter Sundays spent with grandparents, aunts and uncles or even the entire family. Maybe you’ve just begun your own family and want to settle into the wholesome routine of eating together at the end of the week. Here at Fairways Restaurant we aim to preserve the traditional values of Sunday lunch whilst enlivening historic dishes with new and exquisite cuisine from around the world. Centrally located, we welcome families, couples and tourists to our restaurant Birmingham.

Roast beef is of course the dish most associated with this family orientated meal. Here at Fairways, we’ve refined our menu so that it offers contemporary twists on such time honoured classics. For example, our menu includes a succulent shin of slow cooked beef served with parsnip mash potatoes and enlivened with the aromatic flavours of celeriac puree, roast red onion and red wine jus.

Bringing the family to our restaurant can greatly broaden their horizons, giving them a chance to sample something new whilst retaining the opportunity to spend time together discussing the week gone by and those days ahead. We’ve created a friendly and pleasant atmosphere because we believe that nothing should detract your attention from the dishes on offer.

Arguably however, where Fairways Restaurant really excels is in providing a luxurious dining experience for couples on weekend breaks. That’s because we’re tactful and sensitive to each customers’ needs and are fully open to any special requests you may have during your meal.

Overall the down to earth team here at Fairways is dedicated to bringing the Sunday lunch into the 21st century for everyone to enjoy. For more information regarding our restaurant Birmingham or for details concerning local accommodation please browse our website.

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| November 16th, 2010 | Posted in News |