Edible Eastside in the News!

Jayne Bradley at Edible Eastside. Photo: Birmingham Post

Jayne and the team at Edible Eastside recently enjoyed some fame appearing in the Birmingham Post.

Restaurant critic Richard McComb visited Edible Eastside at Warwick Bar, and sampled some the cafe delights cooked up using fresh produce grown mere metres away.

A fantastic project, Edible Eastside are partners of Digbeth Residents Association, and are continuing the area’s rich food heritage. The banana warehouse, which once stored fruits imported from the Caribbean, the old 1930s’ Typhoo tea factory, and the Custard Factory, which once produced Bird’s Custard are all on our doorstep. The Bond, also used to be a bonded warehouse and housed an ice house; Italian ice-cream makers used to cycle along Fazeley Street, delivering their sweet treats to the city centre.

Click here to read the full incredibly positive review, or visit the Edible Eastside website to learn more.

Pamela Pinski

Digbeth and Proud

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