Victorian emporium The Lost and Found brings home a gong

Last updated . By Katie Houghton.

Not that your memory has betrayed you, but we posted an article a few months ago that shone light on the fact that Birmingham's very own The Lost and Found bar had been nominated for a gong at the heralded Restaurant Bar and Design awards. Judged by some of the best designers in the business with competitors found far and wide (this was a global event chaps), The Lost and Found was pipped against 190 other bars and restaurants to see who cut the mustard when it came to intelligent design and cool concepts.

From a secret bar and vintage upholstery to Victorian charm, The Lost and Found was too tough to beat, taking home 'Standalone Bar' at this year's Restaurant and Bar Design Awards'.

Found in one of the toughest and most heralded heats, The Lost and Found saw themselves against the likes MASH and & Kitchen Table at Bubbledogs in London for the 'Standalone Restaurant and Bar' category. But how exactly did our Brum bar fare against these world renowned venues and name faces? Well folks, fancy that, The Lost and Found only went and clawed their way to the top winning the renowned award for their very own. Thanks to the determination of Kai Design, The Lost and Found's Victorian flecks, kitsch fancies and regal thoroughfare have earnt them a well deserved spot as winners at this years awards, and aren't we proud!?