The Marmalade restaurant at Birmingham Repertory Theatre is developing a new menu and outdoor terrace launching this month.
The Marmalade team have been working closely with local businesses and artisan suppliers to provide customers with a new ‘Brummie’ dining experience on Centenary Square.
Vegetarian and vegan options are available and suppliers of provenance have been used wherever possible, who in turn source their products in the same way.
Dishes include chicken and pork jambonette, glazed baby carrots and gooseberry jam; sweet potato thai curry, mange tout, bok choi, shitake mushrooms, coconut crisp and fragrant rice. Desserts on offer include blueberry frangipani with vanilla crème fraiche; chocolate and coffee mousse with chantilly cream and pecan praline.
New partnerships with local eco coffee provider, Iron & Fire, and Martini, bring additions to the drinks menu. There’s also a new relationship with local Purity Brewery who have created a one-off cask ale for the bar that has been flavoured with a jar of home-made marmalade. Live events will also take place throughout the summer including a jazz festival on 19 July and a series of music events running each Sunday.
The new terrace can accommodate 200 people and has views over the newly developed Centenary Square.
Marmalade is an independent business owned and run by Birmingham Repertory Theatre with profits going towards the artistic and charitable aims of the theatre.