Tell us who you think serves Birmingham’s best business lunch and you could win a pair of VIP tickets to the Taste of Birmingham event.
The city’s restaurant scene has never been so good, and to celebrate, over a dozen of the region’s finest eating places will be in Cannon Hill Park, Edgbaston, from July 10-13 for the third annual Taste of Birmingham festival.
Aldo Zilli and Antony Worrall Thompson will join the likes of Malmaison, Opus, Simpsons, Itihaas, Liaison and Lasan; a Producers’ Market, Lavazza Aroma Zone and wine masterclass all add up to a great day out.
The opening evening on July 10 also features the Taste of Birmingham Awards.
A panel of judges will choose winners for categories such as Best Restaurant and Best Newcomer.
And readers of The Birmingham Post will decide which entrant serves the Best Business Lunch. Closing date for entries is July 4.
One lucky reader drawn at random from all entries will win a pair of VIP tickets to Taste of Birmingham.
HOW TO VOTE:
By Text: Text BP3 followed by a space and the name of the restaurant you’d like to vote for as the Birmingham Post Best Business Lunch. Add to this your name, house number and postcode and send it all to 84080. To receive details of goods and services which may be of interest to you start your text entry BP3IN. By Email: Email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org using the word ‘Birmingham Post Best Business Lunch’ as your subject line. Birmingham Post and Trinity Mirror group companies may contact you by email, phone or letter with details of goods and services you may be interested in.
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