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Indian street food restaurant to open in Adam's former site

09 August 2017 by
Indian street food restaurant to open in Adam's former site

A new street food restaurant, the Indian Streatery, is to open in the former Michelin-starred Adam's site in Birmingham this month.

Adam Stokes opened Adam's on Bennetts Hill in 2013 before moving to Waterloo Street, also in the city centre, last year.

The 50-cover Indian Streatery, sister restaurant to the Indian Rasoi, has secured a 15-year lease with Hortons' Estate.

It will serve food-to-go during the day and offer casual dining in the evening. It will also feature a cocktail bar.

Owners Rakesh and Meena Sharma launched the Indian Rasoi in 2012. Rajan said: "After many requests at our street food events and pop-ups, we're excited to be opening a restaurant in our home city of Birmingham.

"We're delighted to have found a partner in Hortons', which has a strong track record of working with local independents."

Steve Tommy, commercial surveyor at Hortons', said: "We're really excited about the opening of The Indian Streatery. Bennetts Hill has a great mix of bars and restaurants, so when we were approached by them we knew it would be a good fit.

"As a landlord, wherever possible, we like to support independent traders and we wish The Indian Streatery every success with its new venture."

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