Take a look for the first time at the new bar ‘The Rolling Mill’ with 1920s theme in the Jewelery Quarter

The excitement has for some time built up over the opening of a new restaurant bar in Smykkekvarteret.

And now, almost a year after The Rolling Mill was first mysteriously teased on social media, the wait is finally over.

Opening today, Friday, November 26), the sophisticated Kenyon Street venue has undergone a six-figure renovation that turns it into a spacious dining experience.

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Located in a former rolling mill factory (hence the name), the cozy eatery has been heavily inspired by the roaring thieves.

Many of the building’s original features remain; there are plenty of steel, brick and industrial materials, which are now complimented with modern lighting and art.

Rolling Mill boasts two cabins, a heated mezzanine roof, a private internal patio and a stunning patio that is not yet open to the public.

The final phases of construction are expected to be completed in December; opens the place up to those who want to take advantage of its outdoor space.

Rolling Mill is conceived by the brothers Sunny and Sonu Rull, the creators of the much-loved desi-pub Hen and Chickens.

Sunny said: “We are seriously excited to move forward with our first phase of the launch this week.

“From hearty breakfast dishes to savory entrees, we are sure we have something to suit everyone’s tastes and dietary needs.”

The JQ bar and restaurant says it will dish up a ‘fresh take on European flavors with a vintage twist’.



The Rolling Mill bar and restaurant in the Jewelery Quarter

Steak, fish, burgers and custom pizzas dominate the menu – with dishes ranging from £ 7 to £ 27 – but there is also a choice of ‘small plates’ including pork chops, halloumi and wings.

For dessert: concrete cake, chocolate pie and cheesecake are some of the highlights.

On tap: Birra Moretti, Corona, Red Stripe, Amstel, Guinness, Inch’s Cider and Camden Hells – and behind the bar are a range of spirits.

Chef Sukh Aujla, who is trained under Gary Rhodes, joins General Manager Pierre Meunier at the helm.

In a speech prior to today’s launch, Sukh said: “As we worked on what The Rolling Mills’ signature flavor should be, we all agreed that we would serve the finest food, but without ego.

BrumWish 2021 aims to get thousands of Christmas gifts for young children in need throughout our city – homeless, vulnerable, children in care and children who have suffered.

This year’s appeal is bigger and better than ever – because we’ve teamed up with our partners at # Toys4Birmingham, including Thrive Together Birmingham, the Birmingham Playcare Network, the Edgbaston Foundation and the Birmingham Forward Steps.

Also involved are The Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, Barnardo’s, Spurgeon’s Children’s Charity, the Sparkhill Springfield Project, St Paul’s Community Development Trust and Your Local Pantry, which runs food centers 12 locations in Birmingham and the Black Country.

You can buy a gift from the #Brumwish Amazon wish list here.

Or you can collect and hand over donations of new and almost new toys and gifts for special donation days at Edgbaston Stadium, B5 7QU, Saturday 27 November, Friday 3 December and Saturday 4 December from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., where volunteers wait. to see you.

Brand new or almost new, unwrapped gifts, books and toys for all ages will be accepted.

You can also donate cash that goes into a fund owned by a charitable partner and that can be used to close holes or buy special toys for children with additional needs. This is the link to make a donation.

“Food is about experience and we’re so proud of what we’ve created. We can’t wait for Birmingham to try it this weekend.”

The Rolling Mill is open seven days a week and offers brunch and a Sunday roast.

For more, check out our on-site Facebook live tour.

To reserve your table or to learn more about The Rolling Mill, click here.

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