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Fine dining at Opus at Cornwall Street

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Birmingham city centre is often noted for its high-quality selection of restaurants and bars for the leisure-seeker, insomuch that we’re spoilt for choice for our evening excursions.

One of our team, Sara, managed to choose a venue to spend her Friday evening, selecting Opus at Cornwall Street for a special port dinner experience that mixed some culinary education with a high-quality meal.

Upon arrival, Sara and her sister Lisa, were greeted by friendly staff, and were soon whisked away to the main bar by the restaurant host. Sara was lucky enough to experience white rum for the first time. The barman, Tom, made those first few moments Opus feel welcoming and inviting.Main meal

A short while later, Sara, Lisa and other attendees to the port dinner were led to an adjoining function room. There to greet them was Sophia Bergvist of Quinta de la Rosa: her family owning vineyard producing port, wine and olive oil producer in Pinhao, Northern Portugal.

It was then time for the meal, with the chef introducing the dishes and their ingredients beforehand. Sara appreciated this little additional touch as it gave greater depth to the food she would be eating for the evening.

The meal itself proved to be of notably high quality. The first dish was the heritage potato veloute crispy chorizo served in a perfectly sized espresso cup. Following that was the second course, a fillet of mullet that Sara says was the best she has ever tasted. The main course, a duo of highland venison, Sparkenhoe potatoe and carefully selected vegetables received great praise from everyone both in terms of taste and presentation. Port and wine was served with each of the dishes, and proved to be an idyllic companion to the final dish of creamy cheddar with fig biscuit.

The evening finished off with some coffees and plentiful discussion about the evening’s meal. Sophia spoke to everyone to answer any questions they had about the drinks.

Sara thoroughly enjoyed her evening. The atmosphere was very warm, welcoming and professional. The staff were attentive and pleasant.  Sara is more than happy to recommend a dining experience at Opus to all!

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