Netflix’s new show, “Fresh, Fried and Crispy” airs this month with an episode dedicated entirely to The Magic City. Keep reading to get the scoop on “Fresh, Fried and Crispy” and when you can catch the episode.
Attention all Bham foodies! This week’s openings article is full of new spots to add to your must-try list. From Lakeview’s newest gastropub, an English pub from a familiar favorite and more, here’s what’s new in The Magic City. Oh! And there’s a rage room you’re going to want to keep on your radar.
“A living room away from home.” That’s the goal of the forthcoming The Little London pub, which you probably know better right now as the Little London Kitchen food truck. The charming red double-decker bus will soon be rolling into your living room as part of a new Netflix series.
Several Birmingham area food service establishments, including The Garage near Highland Avenue, Golden Temple in Five Points and SEEDS Coffee Company in West Homewood received 95 and above on their health inspection scores in September 2019.
Fish & chips form part of British and Irish culture, with the governments even making it one of the few foods not subject to rationing during both World Wars. But you don’t have to travel overseas to sample this treat – there’s some pretty good fish & chips to be had right here in Birmingham, AL.
As a Brit in Birmingham – these are some of the places where I enjoy having a little taste of home.
Meat pies have been around since long before sweet pies and pizza pies dominated menus throughout the US. Moving to Birmingham, AL from Wales, I’ve had my eyes open for these savory treats that are still hugely popular in the UK. To give you some tidbits on this scrumptious comfort food, I’ve put together this quick guide to some of my favorites meat pies in Birmingham – but first, a brief history of meat pies!
As a Brit living in Birmingham, I was tremendously happy to discover a new food trailer in town that serves traditional British comfort foods. I was even more excited to find out Little London Kitchen invites hungry patrons to eat on their 1968 British double-decker red bus! I couldn’t wait to try it out – here’s what I found.