The award-winning Lasan Group has opened a new restaurant - Jailbird New York Seafood and Steak - on the former site of Nosh & Quaff, now closed.
The new venture is a 'classy, sophisticated lounge and restaurant' situated in Victoria Square opposite the Council House in the heart of the city.
Lasan Group’s Jabbar Khan said:
“Expect a cosmopolitan vibe where you can escape from the humdrum and get the New York state of mind.”
What it's going to be like inside
In their own words:
"Jailbird has the classy, vibrant and opulent feel of a New York drinking and dining experience, with upscale seafood and steak in sumptuously stylish surroundings.
"Jailbird will be the place guys and dolls to chill, with the ground-floor lounge offering fantastic drinks including fabulous cocktails.
"Expect a venue that’s plush, opulent but utterly chilled and welcoming."
What's on the menu?
Sip your favourite drink over a bowl of Kalamata olives, then move on perhaps to black risotto with prawns or maybe a giant cous cous and flame-grilled asparagus salad.
Or share salty ‘n’ sweet caramel-glazed pork knuckle served with a freshly-baked sunflower & pumpkin seed loaf, apple salad and whipped seasoned butter.
For mains you might select sea bass marinated in creole spices served with a kale salad and a blackened lemon wedge, or a classic surf & turf comprising grilled lobster with cheesy mustard mornay or a fresh herb garlic gremolata, accompanied by a juicy spider steak.
Or you can be adventurous and try a Delmonico steak. Native to the States, this large hunk of meat is famed for its special texture and deep flavour.
Mains also include a juicy steak sandwich, the meat pressed between two slices of fresh house-baked bread, with mustard, cheese, grilled onions and kale.
Jailbird soft launched on Thursday at 130 Colmore Row.
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