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.
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.
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.
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.