Learn Michelin-star secrets at Simpsons

Learn Michelin-star secrets at Simpsons

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Don your chef’s hat at Michelin-starred Simpsons

Step inside the Eureka Kitchen, the fabulous cookery school at Edgbaston’s renowned Simpsons Restaurant.

Fully equipped with plenty of work stations, there’s lots of space to whip up a meal fit for a king. Their classes fit up to 10 people at a time and after you’ve had a chance to get hands on with the ingredients, you’ll crack open the champagne and enjoy a three-course lunch cooked by you and your class mates. You’ll even learn top-secret tricks on Michelin-worthy plating.

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Simpsons Restaurant, Edgbaston

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Shop in an old custard factory

Custard Factory, Birmingham, England

Originally built to produce the legendary Bird’s custard, this graffiti-strewn complex in Digbeth is at the centre of Birmingham’s creative community. Boutique shops, quaint cafés and a cinema now sit within its walls.

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Custard Factory, Birmingham

Unleash your inner chocaholic at Cadbury World

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Cadbury is a British icon, so it would be a crime not to go and see where the magic happens. Covering 14 different zones, you’ll discover how Dairy Milk is made, bump into a certain drumming gorilla and step inside the world’s biggest Cadbury shop.

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Cadbury World, Bourneville

Treat yourself at Harvey Nichols Brasserie & Bar

You’ve mooched the clothing department and wandered the gift aisles, and are now in search for some grub. Well stop by Harvey Nichols’ Brasserie for a spot of brunch or a pick from the à la carte menu – think lobster tails and basil panna cotta.

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Harvey Nichols Brasserie & Bar
16 Sep 2019(last updated)