With Tapas Revolution, Madrid born Omar Allibhoy, the brains behind the successful chain, has done for Spanish cuisine what Yo Sushi did for Japanese. Situated inside Grand Central in Birmingham, UK, Tapas Revolution attracts visitors with its big signs advertising churros. I passed by it on a busy […]
A hip and trendy restaurant serving Vietnamese street food, Pho is quite a feast for both, the eyes and the taste buds. Situated on the first floor of Grand Central, Birmingham it impresses with friendly service and importance given to authentic flavours that stay true to Asia. As […]
Weirdly enough, I have had more luck meeting/seeing famous people while traveling rather than in my own city country. Being in India, where movie stars are often treated as Gods, means that whenever one is about to make a public appearance, you are guaranteed that there will be […]
Year: 2012 Month: July Place: Birmingham, UK Time: Early morning on a pleasant sunny day Holidays are often full of surprises and unplanned visits. During one of our long summer vacations in Birmingham, it just happened that The Queen, who was travelling across the length and […]
If you follow my blog, you will be aware that I spend a good number of days each year – almost every year – in Birmingham, UK. My love for the city, that is often underrated and overlooked, has developed over decades, from a time when everything would […]
A place where adults can let their inner child out and where children can role play being adults, the Think Tank Science Museum… is a living breathing encyclopedia.
Birmingham has gained a reputation as being one of the primary cultural cities in the UK. The city has been playing host to numerous educational and entertainment activities from different fields of art over the years. Staying true to this, during one of my summer visits – […]