Detailed by founder Richard Cooper as 'casual dining at its best', The Stable is a humble plot in the heart of John Bright Street for pizza meandering and hearty ciders alike.
Coming from the bones of dare we say it, a niche and 'stable' selection of restaurants the UK wide, Birmingham's offering echoes the rustic and of its other locations. From raw brickwork and ale pledged pumps, the interiors at The Stable are as authentic as the sourdough that they make fresh on site.
Sourcing from local suppliers, the fare at The Stable is fresh and wholesome. From hand-made pizzas which make up the bulk of the menu, to pies and ale, The Stable keeps bellies hearty, having made everything from scratch.
|Pint of Lager||£4.00|
|Pint of Real Ale||£4.00|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£4.90|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£6.00|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.50|
|Bottle of Champagne||£50.00|
A word from the chef:
Specialising in pizzas and pies, tuck into their array of gourmet ingredients and try their Blazing Saddle (£13) which is a pizza of fresh tomato sauce, slow roasted pulled beef, Gloucestershire smoked bacon, caramelised onions, roasted red pepper and mozzarella, topped with sour cream and jalapeño chillies (optional).
John Bright Street is home to my favourite date venues, Cherry Reds and BrewDog. There’s also Turtle Bay and The Victoria not far. When I thought JBS couldn’t get any better, I read the words, ‘Pizza. Pies. Cider’. The...
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