30th May 2013
A contemporary cooking oasis in a suburban shopping parade, Turners Restaurant in Harborne, Birmingham has seen off stiff competition to be named Regional Restaurant of the Year for the Midlands. It's located just outside Birmingham's city centre and offers creative fine-dining in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. A very worthy winner of this year's regional award.
Turners' instinctive feel for food, combined with a refreshing, down-to-earth approach has meant this culinary outpost has been a huge hit with The Good Food Guide's readers. Turners offers cooking for a special occasion without being stuffy and fully deserves its title of Readers’ Restaurant of the Year for the Midlands.
On hearing about this year's award, Midlands-born Chef Patron Richard Turner said:
'We are delighted that our customers voted for Turners as their favourite restaurant in the region, and honoured that such a small neighbourhood restaurant as ours, located in leafy Harborne on the outskirts of Birmingham, can achieve this national recognition from The Good Food Guide.'
39,000 food-loving members of the public put forward their favourite restaurants, pubs and cafés for the annual awards, and Turners Restaurant made it as one of ten regional winners from around the UK. But only one will go on to be named as the overall The Good Food Guide Readers' Restaurant of the Year on Wednesday 19th June.
Turners Restaurant, 69 High Street, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9NS
Tel: 0121 4264440
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