As you can tell from the title, they do great thai inspired mussels. This particular dish is a favourite of mine from their sister restaurant, Blue Ginger in Kings Heath.
Back to the Blue Piano (yes they have one), the venue is lovely, one of the original white buildings on the Calthorpe estate of Edgbaston; tastefully refurbished.
Overall, the food seems very authentic. On my first visit i tried the fish amok, hoping it would take me back to my travels in Cambodia, and it did.
I've visited several times now with friends and as a couple, and the food has been to a high standard each time. The beef is tender and i have to say its mainly the boys who have this...The menu is quite varied and i have sampled many dishes which have been good. Everyone i have dined with have been pleased with the food (but the mussels are my favourite...i love seafood!).
A good drinks menu and service is at a nice balance between chilled and attentive. The crockery used is lovely too...well it all adds to the experience! Recommended.
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