One-of-a-kind, daring and delicious, Baltic-inspired restaurant hub Two Cats Roaming Kitchen is exuding innovation inside Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter. Tucked away just off Warstone Lane, this Latvian lair is sure to set the scene for an elegant, North Eastern European edged atmosphere, so chow down on the exciting small plates and home-cooked raw fare as you explore the true taste of this almost undiscovered cuisine.
Intimate and stylishly decked out in contemporary colours and chic design, Two Cats Roaming Kitchen is a hip city hangout to experience an exciting new cuisine, chill with chums or take your beau for a slice of something outside the box. Chef Nick Astley and Latvian partner Diana Fjodorova are teamed up to bring you authenticity epitomised in their mouth-watering munch. Think traditional recipes from over the Baltic matched with a modern touch as they deliver delectable dining from the £40 seven-course tasting menu to the homemade breads, infused oils and fermented sauerkraut. We loved the Goat's cheese pelmeni with wild garlic oil and sweet onion broth for £7.
A word from the chef:
Featuring fine North Eastern European fare, Two Cats' serve up a scrumptious storm of authentic New Baltic bites, including at an affordable £9 the BBQ wood pigeon with crunchy grains, scorched broccoli, bilberries and smoked sour cream.
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