Adam Stokes

Adam Stokes

Adam Stokes

 

His presentation may be a little more refined, a little sleeker in his current city-centre location, but the traditional flavour combinations, inventive twists and brilliant execution that Adam Stokes is famous for remain. The Telegraph describes his offerings as “intricate, inventive, beautifully balanced”, with others remarking on the bold character, sensory pleasure and tremendous skill that can be seen – and tasted – on the plate. Less than six months after opening, Adam Stokes and his wife Natasha were awarded their own Michelin star – only the fourth restaurant in Birmingham with this recognition, with three AA rosettes following shortly after.

As their two-year lease on the property comes to an end, their well-laid plans for their new venue are coming to fruition. With more covers, a dedicated bar, private dining room and chef’s table in the works, their next location – just round the corner, he told us – will have the space they need to “develop and grow as the business grows”. We’ll keep you posted with further updates!