0.5 miles
220 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6QB
Word about this super-smart bistro has spread like wildfire across the city, as well as on leading online foodie forums. After one look at the menu, I understood why Annexe is so popular with gastronomes from Birmingham and beyond - this charming eatery easily offers the best selection of contemporary Continental dishes I've seen in a long time, all lovingly prepared by accomplished chef Suzanne Russell.

The chic interior is reminiscent of the sophisticated, relaxed cafés found on the leafy boulevards of Paris. Soft lighting, jazz and timeless black-and-white films projected in the background create an authentic 'golden age' feel - the perfect backdrop for Suzanne's top-notch European fare. Those in a rush at lunchtime should order a bar snack, or something from the prix fixe menu - Annexe's efficient service will ensure you get back to the office on time. I, however, had the luxury of enjoying a leisurely evening meal here, and ordered crayfish tortellini to start, monkfish with cumin-spiced lentils and coconut cream for mains, and a St. Clement's sorbet for dessert - each dish was fresh, stylishly presented and of outstanding quality.

It is obvious that the Annexe team take exceptional pride in the food and service they provide, and you can't help but fall utterly in love with the place. Annexe's characterful interpretation of vintage European café culture is one you'll want to experience time and again.
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