Conjuring quintessentially British style with colonial finishes and country-esque features, Birmingham's Cosy Club is an English Rose of comforts and charm.
Boasting plots across the UK, The Cosy Club take their eccentric, cricket club meets gentleman's parlour physique to the West Midlands. You can expect to delight in country-kitch furnishings and art-deco decorations taking residency in the historic, grandeur of the Midland Bank Building.
The Cosy Club satisfies an elegant eatery profile serving up an eclectic mix of foods ranging from brunch dishes to burgers, paninis, tapas and mains that beckon influences from Italian, Greek, French and traditional British cuisines. They have a generous offering of draught and bottled craft beers, cider and ales so there's definitely something to please the punters. Wine and cocktails bring up the rear with innovative mixes of typical British flavours like their English Garden and Cherry Bakewell concoctions flourishing their menu.
Delight in vintage-cum-retro interiors with frilly lampshades and muted colourways accented by patterned walls and bold furnitures. The Cosy Club is a wonderland of wholesome foods, delicious drinks and inspired interiors to sit back and relax in.
A word from the chef:
Boasting a big love for brunches, tuck in to a moreish mouthful of their Cosy Eggs for £5.95 or their Ham Hock Hash £6.95 for a tasty start to your morning. For all other dining occasions there's sweet servings of sandwiches, paninis, burgers and taps to munch on.
Bennetts Hill and the surrounding streets have suddenly come alive with some of the coolest bars in Birmingham City Centre; which is really handy for those of us working in the Business Quarter seeking out some after-work imbibing. Cosy Club is the...
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