The Stable Birmingham

The Stable Birmingham

IMG_7138Armed with my trusty gluten loving sidekick Laura, I headed to John Bright Street for the new menu launch at The Stable Birmingham.

The Stable opened in Birmingham on the 27th of November 2015 and hosts 60 ciders and a menu that offers a Brummie twist to their pizza’s.

From the moment you enter the restaurant you find yourIMG_7140self in a warm and welcoming environment. With toned down lighting and wooden benches and tables, The Stable really is a restaurant that delivers on style and substance.

When it comes to the extensive pizza menu I have been advised by Laura that The Big Jerk is a taste sensation.

IMG_7159The Big Jerk:

‘marinated jerk-chicken, Denhay Farm dry-cured bacon, roasted red peppers, red onion, tomato sauce and mozzarella. Garnished with chopped spring onion’

As a coeliac I was pleased to discover that they offer a gluten free pizza base and was lucky enough to try the

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             Four Cheese Special

‘Wookey Hole aged cheddar, Dorset Blue Vinney, Billy The Kid goats’ cheese cheddar, Ford Farm smoked red cheese. Optional tomato base;

In the past I have found that a lot of companies who offer gluten free pizza often provide a stodgy base that holds the grease. It is rare to find something that resembles how I remember pizza tasting. Thankfully The Stable seem to have figured out that coeliacs want a pizza just like there gluten containing counterparts and offer a thin base that tastes divine.
I asked Laura to compare the base of my pizza to that of the others she had tried that evening and was informed that the only difference was the thickness.

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Now on to the cider…..

IMG_7142We started the evening with the raspberry blush which was a delicious pink cider with a subtle taste of raspberry. Served in a champagne flute this cider was a beautiful accompaniment to the meal.

After eating we were invited to try a cider board, which is a selection of five wildly different ciders. As a cider drinker this was music to my ears and the chance to try a diverse range of one of my favourite drinks. I have to say that I was delighted to find that four out of the five ciders hit the spot with one being a little too potent for my taste buds. But I have to declare that Robinsons Flagon was by far my favourite in the cider board. IMG_7170

After trying amazing mains and fabulous beverages I was left awe struck when presented with a cider sorbet for desert. This heavenly palate cleanser was refreshing and the perfect end to a wonderful evening,

On Tuesday’s The Stable offers Tuck-in Tuesday, which offers a pizza, side salad and a drink all for £10… why not head on over and have a look.

A huge thank you to The Stable, I look forward to coming again soon xox
luv&lifestyle
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