Birmingham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 30, 2009 -- There is strong evidence that the quality of food and dining experience in Birmingham is on the up. This years Good Food Guide lists 11 restaurants and as the development in Birmingham city centre continues so does the restaurant choice.
The Mailbox complex in the city centre itself is home to a staggering 16 restaurants in Birmingham [http://www.mailboxlife.com/restaurants.asp], all under one roof. The choice includes a huge range of cuisine including, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Mediterranean and Tapas.
Dave Hodgson, marketing director at Marketing Birmingham, said Birmingham had cemented its place as an "international food city".
He said: "Birmingham is one of the nation's great culinary centres, boasting a wealth of more than 200 restaurants providing dishes from over 20 different cultures.
"We started the year with three Michelin-starred restaurants, more than any other English regional city, saw the biggest Taste of Birmingham ever in July, and now have a record 11 Birmingham restaurants [http://www.mailboxlife.com/restaurants.asp] selected by the prestigious Good Food Guide."
It could now be argued with some ammunition that the sheer cosmopolitan nature of the city is exceptionally well reflected in the sheer volume and diversity of restaurants in Birmingham [http://www.mailboxlife.com/restaurants.asp]. It is staggering to believe that 27 different nationalities are represented.
Food lovers should take note that Birmingham really is becoming a great place for culinary delights. For further information about the choice of restaurants in Birmingham visit [http://www.mailboxlife.com/restaurants.asp] Press Release Distribution By PressReleasePoint