The latest addition to the not-so-slowly developing hub around Colmore row is Nosh and Quaff. From the team behind the spectacularly successful Lasan restaurant, also in Birmingham, have taken their latest venture in a more concept-driven direction. At Nosh and Quaff, diners will be treated to excellent lobster and a great range of cold beers on tap, and, well not a lot else. But that’s the fun! Head over to the Victoria Square eatery and see what the (considerable) fuss is about.
It is a building that it as personality on itself. Then the good service makes the a nice and comfi dinning out weekday escape. Fine.
The food was excellent, service was very good but the music was far too loud. The beef ribs were served on a "paper" sheet on a tray which towards the end of the meal was tearing and could have been consumed.
Much better this time round. Went when they opened and wasnt too impressed, however this time service was good and the lobster was cooked really well.
Any menu that features lobster is sure to garner attention in these parts, so it comes as no surprise that the team at Nosh and Quaff have put the luxury crustacean at the heart of their latest venture. The Lasan group have serious pedigree when it comes to operating high end, highly successful Birmingham restaurants. This is the team behind Lasan, a restaurant certainly among the finest Indian restaurants in Britain and among the best in the world. So perhaps that explains some of the media buzz that has surrounded Colmore Row’s latest offering.
Inside the Grade II listed building that is the home of Nosh and Quaff, diners are ushered past the bar to their seats where the question Which beer would you like? is likely to take rather more deliberation than What would you like to eat? (hint: the answer is lobster). With more draught beers than you can shake a stick at, Colmore Row’s latest star is sure to delight diners with its bar and again with its delicately prepared lobster, every time.