Daniel’s Bistro sits in the very heart of the south Birmingham village of Moseley, along St mary’s Row and close to the intersection with Alcester Road. Owned by chef Daniel Robinson, the aim at this restaurant is to serve up seasonal British cuisine in a relaxed and informal setting. Perfect for both a romantic rendezvous or a big celebration, Daniel’s is a sublime spot where the food is simple and beautifully (and generously) plated, but where the prices aren’t intimidating. The bistro’s spring menu, for instance, is filled with dishes that take classic British food and match it with more European ingredients. Here, a starter of black pudding with Spanish chorizo and a poached egg sits comfortably alongside a more traditional option like the shank of spring lamb served with minted and garlic potatoes with a rosemary jus. Naturally, any British restaurant worth its salt offers a good Sunday lunch, and at Daniel’s you can get just that from around noon until 4pm for a great price.
The restaurant was very relaxing and ambient, food was amazing and the host very helpful and attentive. Will definitely go back. Good value for money.
Lovely meal, great service, relaxed surroundings. We had the fixed price menu which is very good value. We were in the mood for a treat and Daniel's fitted the bill!
I had never been to Daniels and wanted somewhere close by for me and my partner and I can tell you I was not disappointed. The food was amazing. The price was great and i could not fault it at all.
Went on a Wednesday 2 for 1 on steak, the steaks were amazing and the chips too, will be going back again soon. Menu looks good too
This was our second visit to Daniel's Bistro with our Daughter, who lives in Moseley. Each time we have been served excellent food in an efficient and very pleasant manner by the staff and thoroughly enjoyed our evening. Would highly recommend it to anybody thinking of going there.
We visit Daniels regularly and we have never been disappointed, it serves excellent food with service to match. This really is a hidden gem in Moseley and the love that Daniel puts into his menu is evident.....................even his chips are top notch! Last night I had fillet steak and it literally melted in the mouth and the banoffee pie was the stuff of dreams. Very high standards continually. All food is freshly prepared, you will not get served in 10 minutes with a micro heated dish, be prepared to wait for fantastic food.
Excellent meal. Attentive service. Went on a "star deal" which gave two courses and a glass of Prosecco for £17.50 each. I have to say it was superb value for money. My plaice was poached to perfection, and my wife's pork was in the top bracket too by all accounts. A glass of Viognier and coffee rounded off a great evening. The only drawback was that it was a Tuesday night and only a few tables were occupied. More people in would have given a better ambience. You go for the food in the main though, and as I have said it could not be faulted. Will go back. Highly recommended.
The food was clean, fresh and just all round delicious. I'm an awkward eater but the credit really does need to go to the chef here. The service could have been quicker (not for the food- you wait for fresh) by the waiter BUT this is a small bistro therefore consideration needs to be considered to the waiter who was doing all the tables on his own. Would love to go back at a different seasonal time to see what new things I can try.
We visited again last night and it was fantastic, it always is. What an amazing find this place was. The food is glorious and the staff are excellent. Last night I had the trio of beef, cooked to perfection and my partner had the lamb, ditto. Parking tip, the nearest place to park is the car park opposite The Dark Horse pub and then a 2 min walk to Daniels. Keep up the good work Daniel.
Having read reviews for this restaurant I had high expectations, but I left very disappointed. The waiter appeared uninterested and lacked any personality. The first course took an hour from ordering to be brought to the table and the main course (blade of beef) was dry around the edges as if left under the hot lamp unloved for too long. This could be excused if the venue was busy, but it wasn't. Would I return? No I wouldn't, having spent £20 in a lovely Indian restaurant the night before for a meal for two, the £80 for my meal for Three at Daniels was very poor value for money. Restaurants come and go and if Daniel's doesn't raise it's game, it will surely disappear. It's a 3 out of 10 i'm afraid in my books. I could and can cook better myself at home!