Adam’s: Bowled Over By The Minestrone

“There Are Dishes That Seem Beyond Improvement And Such A Dish Was The ‘Minestrone’ Served To Me During A Long And Indulgent Lunch At Adams.”

Read the full article by Paul Fulford here ‘Adam’s: Bowled Over By The Minestrone‘.

The world's best restaurants. Try Birmingham'

Three British restaurants, including one in Birmingham, are among the 10 best in the world, according to TripAdvisor….”

Read the full article from the Telegraph here ‘The world’s best restaurants. Try Birmingham’

Food review: Adam's, Waterloo Street, Birmingham

“With accolades galore and heavenly, good-value food, there’s only one place to go. Andy Richardson heads for a smart, slap-up supper in the city…”

Read the full article on NativeMonster here ‘Food review: Adam’s, Waterloo Street, Birmingham‘.

Menuwatch: Adams, Birmingham

“In a now-permanent location in Birmingham, Adam Stokes may be settling down, but his menu continues to innovate, keeping his customers on their toes. Lisa Jenkins reports”

Read the full article on The Caterer here ‘Menuwatch: Adams, Birmingham‘.

Kitchens by design: Adams

“The evolution from a temporary, albeit one-Michelin-starred pop-up to a fully blown fine-dining restaurant was always on the cards for Adam Stokes and his wife Natasha. And although the move was an expensive one, it didn’t deter them from making a big investment in the kitchen and restaurant design. Lisa Jenkins finds out more”

Read the full article on The Caterer here ‘Kitchens by design: Adams‘.

First look inside Adam's - Birmingham's new £1.5 million Michelin restaurant

“Michelin starred chef Adam Stokes is to unveil his new restaurant in Birmingham next week – revealing he wants to stay in the city for the next 25 years.”

Read the full article ‘First look inside Adam’s – Birmingham’s new £1.5 million Michelin restaurant‘.

The Good Food Guide to eating out in Birmingham article

“With a population of over one million, Birmingham is regarded as Britain’s second city and is one of the most ethnically rich in the world. But its traditionally less-than-glamorous image (think Rotunda and Spaghetti Junction) is fast disappearing thanks to a massive regeneration programme that has transformed the centre, including the return of trams and multi-million pound refits of the landmark Selfridges store and The Mailbox, the slick base for BBC Birmingham and Harvey Nichols. There are plenty of reasons to love life in the city right now.”

Read The Good Food Guide to eating out in Birmingham article here.

The Good Food Guide Top 50 Restaurants 2016

“The Good Food Guide is the UK’s bestselling restaurant guide. Since 1951 they’ve been reviewing and writing about restaurants, pubs and cafés, bringing together the best places to eat out from throughout the country.”

See The Good Food Guide Top 50 Restaurants 2016 list here.

The Sunday Times Top 100

“Although a relatively recent arrival compared to other more established UK food guides (first published in 2010), the Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants in association with Hardens is still a highly regarded restaurant list. The current Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants are listed below.”

See the full The Sunday Times Top 100 list here.

Hospitality and Catering News article

“Adam’s Restaurant in Birmingham has been named the fourth best rated fine dining establishment in the world by the 2015 Travellers’ Choice Restaurants awards, announced by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site.”

Read the full Hospitality and Catering News article here.

bbc.co.uk article

“A Birmingham restaurant has been voted the fourth best fine dining establishment in the world by online reviewers. Adam’s restaurant is also the best for fine dining in the UK and the third best in Europe, according to the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice awards.”

Read the full bbc.co.uk article here.

Mirror Mail article

“A Birmingham restaurant has been voted the fourth best fine dining establishment in the world by online reviewers. Adam’s restaurant is also the best for fine dining in the UK and the third best in Europe, according to the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice awards.”

Read the full Mirror Mail article here.

Adam's review: Does this restaurant deserve its new world class status?

“Adam’s new fame should do more to bring Birmingham to true world status than any new shopping centre will.”

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Adam's review: Does this restaurant deserve its new world class status?

“Adam’s new fame should do more to bring Birmingham to true world status than any new shopping centre will.”

Read the full article ‘Adam’s review: Does this restaurant deserve its new world class status?‘.

Birmingham Mail

“Adam’s new fame should do more to bring Birmingham to true world status than any new shopping centre will.”

Read the full Birmingham Mail article here.

Dine Birmingham

“An award-winning restaurateur – who has been in the city less than six months – has claimed a fourth Michelin star for Birmingham, ensuring the city maintains its reign as home to more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other English city outside of the capital.”

Read the full Dine Birmingham article here.

Shopping in Birmingham

“Award-winning restaurateur Adam Stokes has claimed a fourth Michelin star for Birmingham, ensuring the city maintains its reign as home to more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other English city outside of the capital!”

Read the full Shopping in Birmingham article here.

Dine Birmingham review

“It is great to see another restaurant of this standard in Birmingham. Surely it will not be long before Adam, Natasha and their team celebrate joining the city’s other Michelin-starred eateries in that most exclusive of clubs.”

Read the full Dine Birmingham review here.

Telegraph review

“Chef Adam Stokes’s cooking is so excellent, more Michelin stars will surely be heading his way.”

Read the full Telegraph review here.

Eat the Midlands review

“We are absolutely thrilled to be awarded the much coveted Michelin star so soon after opening our doors. The whole Adam’s team work extremely hard to deliver the best fine dining experience and without them we could not have hit the ground running. We strive each and every day to take the guest on a culinary journey, to entice and excite.”

Read the full Eat the Midlands review here.