If you live in Birmingham it can’t of escaped your notice how popular Streetfood has become over the last few years. Events such as Brum Yum Yum and Digbeth Diner have taken the art of street food and made it a core part of the Birmingham foodie week and month.
Twice a year the lovely Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath have a months worth of food pop ups where their kitchens are handed over to small independent places to showcase their food in a more formal setting.
This month sees the above luminaries test out their grub on the hungry Kings Heath masses, (with some good beer on the side).
In particular Pietanic’s this week will be offering a veg scotch egg served with real ale chutney and a winter vegetables and wild mushroom pie. Plus a homemade salted caramel brownie for £15.
Also on the menu are Canadian Gourmet Street Food peeps Caribou Poutine who have Vegetarian gravy options.
Original Don-Hand cut fries, cheese curd and homemade gravy.
The big veggie Liz- creamy cabbage, English Stilton
Say cheese- Swiss Gruyere and English Stilton.
Plus a Canadian butter Tarts and maple crunch ice cream
Two courses for £10.
Please note the pop up change for Thursday 25th February is not now Buddha Belly but Yogiyo Korean kitchen who have a vegetarian option though details are not up on the Hare and Hounds website.
Tickets and details for Pietanic takeover on January 28th:
Tickets and details for Grub London and Crazy P on February 11th.
Tickets and details for Caribou Poutine on February 18th.
Tickets and details for Yogiyo Korean Food on February 25th.
Please note that the Baked in Brick pop up on the 9th February is sold out, but didn’t include veggie options anyway.
Thanks for reading,
You can find Hare and Hounds on High Street, Kings Heath (corner of York Road) Birmingham B14 7JZ.