The only izakaya style bar and lounge in Birmingham, Note Bar is the place for visit for those looking to enjoy some sumptuous Japanese fare in the Midlands.
The literal meaning of izakaya is ‘a place to eat and drink comfortably’, and that is certainly the case at Note Bar, where the comfortable and relaxing atmosphere makes for the ideal place to unwind.
With a menu that is constantly changing with the seasons, thus ensuring freshness and quality, the exquisite eatery is provides a range of fabulous light bites and sushi plates – all of which are available to tastecard members at magnificent value when calling in advance and producing their card upon request of the bill.
Encouraging the sociable side of dining out, the dishes at Note Bar are generally eaten in the tapas style, with an array of options being available that are fit to cater for many a taste bud need – delivering the ideal setting for a group of friends looking for a quick catch up or a family after a pleasant evening out. Particularly tempting dishes that have been enjoyed by guests of the stylish venue have been the glorious sushi nigiri, delectable raw fish served over pressed vinegared rice, the scrumptious chicken gyoza, chicken wrapped in parcels with a range of herbs and spices, and the delightful vegetarian alternative that is the edamame beans.
Sat on Suffolk Street, a mere stone’s throw away from the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, the New Alexandra Theatre and the Bullring Shopping centre, Note Bar is in the ideal location to partake in a sublime Japanese meal before a show, after a day of retail therapy, or amidst a day of exploration.