Review: The Rectory, St. Paul’s Square, Birmingham

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Yesterday I ate this lovely food at The Rectory in St. Paul’s Square. The atmosphere was lovely and the restaurant was flooded with natural light from the summer day outside. I chose the Homemade Battered Fresh Calamari to start. It was delicious but needed a tad more seasoning to be perfect. It came with a light dusting of paprika, a wedge of fresh lemon and lemon mayonnaise.

Someone else had the Baked brie boxes, which looked delicious:

For the main course, I chose Roasted Belly of Pork which was really amazing and came with some scrumptious black-pudding mash and savoy cabbage. Dessert was White Chocolate and Raspberry Brûlée Cheesecake – also really lovely.

Overall it was a fantastic meal and I would definitely go there again.

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2 responses »

  1. Wow, that is one tasty looking meal! The pictures are absolutely appetizing! After seeing these pictures I would totally understand why the Rectory St. Paul Square restaurant deserves a second visit. Well, during the next visit be sure to order something different and do another fabulous post like this one.

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