I’ve wandered into several of these intriguing mash-ups recently, and it’s mostly love…There’s Birmingham’s Medicine with it’s unmissable benedicts.

Marina O’Loughlin
Table Talk by Marina O’Loughlin, The Sunday Times Magazine

Do grab a coffee from Medicine Bakery. This place will make even the coldest of souls weak at the knees.

Alex Claridge
Alex Claridge on the best places to eat and drink in Birmingham

A sweet pitstop above the commotion of New Street. Walking up the steps of this former Victorian home of the Royal Society of Birmingham Artists, visitors are welcomed by a Bake Off-style array of cakes, pastries and cronuts – the caramel-macchiato, honeycomb and apple-crumble cronut is as divine as it is filling. The ample space also houses rotating art and photography exhibitions. Masquerading as an art aficionado while powering through a bacon-sausage-and-mushroom breakfast sandwich is very much Birmingham in 2020.

Review from Conde Naste Traveller
The 10 Best Restaurants in Birmingham – Condé Nast Traveller