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
Adam Stokes and his wife Natasha played slowly, slowly catchy monkey when it came to developing Adams restaurant on Waterloo Street in Birmingham.
The purpose-built kitchen and chef's table on the ground floor is impressive in its size and the planning that went into it. Upstairs, Natasha Stokes was the design manager for the 36-cover space. She worked with Faber Design, who pulled her ideas together using interiors by Tony Matters at Heterarchy.
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