NEWS & REVIEWS
Event: New menu launch at Annexe
Annexe holds a dear place in my heart. It was one of the first non-chain restaurants I went to in Birmingham as an adult and Edd and I have returned there several times over the years. The front is styled after a French bistro but the back is more 1920’s inspired.They regularly have themed nights, with live music, cocktails and special menus…READ MORE
Excerpt from positivefridays.com
“YOU CHOOSE” – ANNEXE
Venue: Annexe, 220 Corporation Street, B4 6QB; website
Choice: Black truffle & chicken velouté (3 courses is £39) Chooser: WaiterEarly in the week atmosphere comes guaranteed at but a fistful of Brum’s bistros. Dining with Annexe early on a Tuesday evening, in the middle of holiday season, might have sounded like a toughie, and yet the team delivered that hard to reach intangible around buzziness, without a hint of the frenetic… READ MORE
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Daniel Andrade appointed head chef of Annexe Restaurant
Madeiran chef, Daniel Andrade has been appointed head chef of Birmingham’s Mediterranean influenced restaurant, Annexe Restaurant.
The new menu will take inspiration from Daniel’s Madeira heritage and will include fresh new dishes such as octopus carpaccio, strawberry gazpacho, Txogitxu beef and duck with lavender, fennel and peaches.
Daniel said: “I know Birmingham has an excellent culinary reputation and I’m excited to be a part of the city. We’ve got ambitious plans for the Annexe and the new menu is the first step in that journey….READ MORE
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Annexe in BBC drama
Annexe was featured in the new six part BBC drama ”THE GAME”! (from 34:30min)
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Birmingham’s 10 best restaurants: Real Brum Dining
As the UK’s second-largest city, Birmingham is a melting pot of culture and nationalities. There are many fun sides of this thriving city, whether you’re exploring the canals, looking for a traditional pub or seeking a new dining experience, there is a wealth of opportunities. Since our last visit, Birmingham’s foodie since has expanded, so once gain we’ve combed the city for great must-visit venues.
Annexe is Birmingham’s default answer for delicious French and Italian food in a chilled setting. Mixing up the best of Western Europe’s culinary traditions, Birmingham-born chef Suzanne Russell creates a pan-European, contemporary, cosmopolitan and, most importantly, mouth-wateringly good dining experience right here in the West Midlands.. The theme of Annexe revolves around vintage café society, so it is worth checking out the restaurant’s show nights to get a real feel of the ambience of the golden age of the Moulin Rouge or Ronnie Scott while savouring the contemporary flavours of one of Birmingham’s top restaurants.
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Best Italian restaurants in Birmingham according to Tripadvisor
Customers have contributed towards their favourite Italian restaurants on Tripadvisor – but do you agree?
The second most popular Italian in Birmingham is Annexe on Corporation Street Street which also received an average of 4.5 stars across a huge 891 reviews.
You said: “Lovely atmosphere with great melt in the mouth food. Drinks are highly priced but this is what to expect in a luxury restaurant.”….. READ MORE
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