Welcome to Edmunds

Edmunds Bistro de Luxe’, offers accessible menus inspired by classic French country cuisine, cooked in a modern style. Showcasing the ‘Best of British’ seasonal ingredients.

A beautifully proportioned room with around 40 covers overlooking Brindley Place water fountains, Edmunds Bistro de Luxe is decorated in warm golden tones, with soft lighting. Relaxed informed service is offered by Gilles Larroque, Restaurant Manager and team. Whenever you choose to visit Edmunds, your welcome as you enter the restaurant, will always be warm and friendly

“Food is our passion, wine is our pleasure”

Our Menus
Our Menus
Valentines Day Dinner Menu


Bread and Butter *

Amuse – Bouche *


Scallops *
Caviar, smoked pea purée, truffles

Dodine of Perigord duck foie gras *
Ginger bread, apricot and almonds compote

Goat cheese nougat
Glazed figs, socca, honey and balsamic glaze
Lobster Bisque
Medallions of lobster, creamed leeks, saffron dressing


Wild mushroom and truffle Arancini
Seasonal vegetables, truffle velouté
Fillet of Black Welsh beef
Wilted spinach, dauphine potato, foie gras sauce
Barbary duck breast a l ’orange *
Dauphine potato red cabbage, orange & Grand Marnier reduction
Organic Shetland halibut *
Morecambe Bay shrimps, carrots and ginger, pak choi, soy butter

Pre – Dessert *


Strawberry macaron *
Lemon cream, Champagne jelly, raspberries
Chocolate Mousse
Griottine cherry purée, chocolate macaroon, pistachio ice cream
Paris Breast
Almond chouquette, Praline cream, chocolate sauce, nougatine
Cheese Board
Selection of the finest British and French Artisan cheeses, grapes, chutney, celery, savoury biscuits

3 Courses £59 pp

Classic wines paring £50pp – Premium wines paring £90pp

Bon Appetit

A discretionary 12.5% service charge will be added to your final bill




Ribeye Steack / Filet of beef  £22 / £27 Pomme frites, béarnaise sauce

Sole Menière “Lemon sole”  £25 New potatoes

Welsh fillet of black beef £29 Jerusalem artichoke, fondante potato, glazed silver-skin onions, foie gras sauce

Loin of Scottish venison, butternut squash £27 Dauphine potato, red wine pear, almonds, venison jus

Smoked Moteau sausage  £17 Savoy cabbage, dauphine potato

Gigolette of chicken Basquaise £19 Peppers, tomato, smoked paprika, olive, parmentier potato

Parmesan polenta, salsa Verde (V) £16 Vegetables, garlic cream

Red mullet, ratatouille, confit tomato £23 Octopus, aubergine puree, saffran

Roasted breast of free range guinea fowl, smoked bacon £22 Sweet potato puree, savoy cabbage, parmentier potato, port jus



Artisan breads and butter  £4

French Beans £4

Pea a la Française   £4

Tomato salad £4

Glazed Carrots   £4

New potatoes   £4

Mash potatoes  £4

Pommes frites   £4



Traditional vanilla crème Brulée  £8 Handmade Shortbread

Hot toffee soufflé  £10 Chocolate ice cream

Poached vanilla peach, Champagne sabayon  £10 Brittany cake, pistachio ice cream

Bitter chocolate and almonds croquettes £10 roasted pears, salted toffee, fudge ice cream

Artisan British and French cheeses  £9 Grapes, chutney, celery, savoury biscuits

Caramelized apple, almonds and hazelnut crumble £9 Creme Anglaise, vanilla ice cream

Selection of ice-cream and/or sorbet   £7

Menu Du Jour



Soup Of the day

Marinated Shetland organic salmon “Gravalax” Crispy vegetables, orange and dill, mustard dressing

Wild Worcestershire pigeon breast

Medley of beetroot, pine nuts, hazelnut jus                                                                                                            


Roasted breast of free range guinea fowl, smoked bacon Sweet potato puree, savoy cabbage, parmentier potato, port jus

Cornish red mullet, ratatouille, confit tomato, octopus Aubergine puree, saffran

Parmesan polenta, salsa Verde, wild rocket (V)  

Vegetables, garlic cream


Add a DESSERT for £5 Supplement

Traditional vanilla creme brulee

Handmade shortbread

Artisan British and French cheeses

Grapes, chutney, celery, savoury biscuits

Caramelized apple, almonds and hazelnut crumble

Creme Anglaise, vanilla ice cream

 LUNCH:  TUES – FRI 12:00 TIL 1.30pm

DINNER: TUES – SAT 5.30 TIL 6.15pm

MENU de Luxe

MENU de Luxe £60


Middle course




*Cheese *Additional course, Supplement of £9 per portion

Coffee and Petit fours


Classic wine pairing £40 supplement Premium Wine pairing £70 supplement

Wine list



“My dream was to magically pour wine from bottles without ever pulling the cork.

The remaining wine could then go back in my cellar, so that I could enjoy it again,

Whenever I desired. What followed was a decade of development and testing until

I had a system that left the cork in place, but still delivered great glasses of wine”

Greg Lambrecht


With the Coravin System we are now able to offer a wide range of premium

Wines by the glass, so you can taste an exquisite wine without the need to

Purchase the bottle at full price.

White: Domaine Mas de Daumas Gassac: Languedoc, Fr 2014

25% Viognier, 25% Chardonnay, 25% Petit Manseng, 15% Chenin Blanc

Glass of 125ml £13 – Bottle of 75cl £80

A blend of high quality – very floral with a strong fruity nose you get peach and

Melon some citrus as well but more in the back of the mouth a bit hidden medium

Acidity well integrated with the fruit, long tasting finish

White: Puligny-Montrachet, Les Enseignières, H.Prudhon, Burgundy, Fr 2013

Chardonnay: Glass of 125ml £17 – Bottle of 75cl £105

Elegant oak-cask aged Chardonnay with rich flavors of ripe apple, Lemon and

Tropical fruits with a hint of vanilla. It’s a well-rounded and elegant white

Wine with a complex nose dominated by exotic aromas. This Puligny Montrachet

Is extremely well balanced with a long lasting finish.

Red: Cheval des Andes, Cheval Blanc & Terrazas 2011

Malbec 50%, Cabernet Sauvignon30%, Petit Verdot 20%

Glass of 125ml £28 – Bottle of 75cl £165

Aroma: This wine stands out for its aromatic complexity, showing a floral and fresh

Outline with lavender, geranium, basil and mint notes. At the same time, ripe plum

Notes, minerals such as graphite, chocolate and anise tertiary aromas arise.

A synthesis of the two previous harvests combining freshness and ripeness.

Palate: Fine and lingering. Juiciness and fluency on the palate relate to an

Important Petit Verdot contribution to this blend. This is a balanced wine with

Elegant tannins and an aromatic finish, reminiscent of black cherries.

Sweet: VIN de Constance, Klein Constantia, S.A 2011

Muscat: Glass of 50ml £13 – Bottle of 50cl £110

The wine is a result of meticulous care in the vineyard, with pickers passing through

More than a dozen times to collect fruit at differing levels of ripeness and

Resignification to build the layers of this complex wine. The deep gold colour Hints

At the richness within, the lifted, intense nose of ripe apricots and tropical fruits

Beguiles, whilst the weighty Palate carries through the ripe fruit notes of the nose,

Mingled with sweet clove spice and an unexpected Savoury twist on the lingering

Finish that makes one want to take another sip. Powerful, yet not cloying, rich but

Elegant, this is one of the world’s truly great sweet wines.



The Laurent-Perrier Style

In opting to blend its Brut champagne with a majority of Chardonnay,

The rarest grape variety in the Champagne region, Laurent-Perrier was

expressing its difference and asserting the signature ‘House’ style of

freshness, lightness, and elegance. It was during the 1950s that

Laurent-Perrier, a trail-blazer in this respect, decided to install stainless steel

tanks for its wines. When the first fermentation is carried out at low

temperature, stainless steel tanks help the must to retain its freshness and

preserve the complexity of its aromas. The tanks were a major contributor

in forging the House style. Pioneering Laurent-Perrier Brut became a

genuine champagne for the aperitif.


Laurent Perrier Brut NV Glass £12

Laurent Perrier Rosé Brut NV Glass £15

Wine by the glass

White Wine                                                                        Small    Large   Bottle

Chardonnay: Domaine Coste, Languedoc, France             £4.50   £8.50    £24

Viognier: Delas, Languedoc, France                                   £4.75   £9         £25

Sauvignon Blanc: Haut Perron, Loire Valley, France           £5        £9.75    £26


Red Wine                                                                           Small    Large   Bottle

Merlot: Domaine La Prades, Languedoc, France               £4.50   £8.50     £24

Syrah: St-Esprit, Rhone Valley, France                               £4.75   £9          £25

Malbec: Cahors, South Ouest, France                               £5.25   £10        £27

Rosé Wine                                                                         Small    Large   Bottle

Cotes de Provence: Carte Noir, St Tropez, France            £5.50     £10.50   £31

Sparkling Wine                                                                  

Itynera: Prosecco, Italy Glass £8.50        



Laurent Perrier NV £68

Krug Grande Cuvée NV £230

Laurent Perrier Grand Siècle Grande Cuvée NV £250

Armand de Brignac, As of Space NV £500


Laurent Perrier Cuvée Rosé NV £90

Krug NV £350


Krug Grande Cuvée 1998 £400

Louis Roederer Cristal 2005 £400

Prestige Rosé                                                 

Laurent Perrier Alexandra 1998 £550

Sparkling Wine                                                                           

Itynera: Prosecco £32


Half bottle                                                                        

White Wine                                    


Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie: Carte D’Or, Sauvion £17

Chablis: Dom Sainte Claire, JM Brocard, Burgundy £24

Red Wine


Valpolicella Classico: Masi Bonacosta, Veneto £19


Fleurie: La Madone, Beaujolais £20


White Wine                                                                        


Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie: Carte D’Or, Sauvion £32

Gewurztraminer, Signature, Rene Mure £36

Chablis: Domaine Brocard £40

Sancerre: Les Boffants, Charles Dupuy £45

Rully: Vieilles Vignes, Vincent Girardin £50

Pouilly Fumé: Les Cocques, Domaine Patrick Coulbois £55

Domaine Mas de Daumas Gassac £80

Meursault: Les Vireuils, Domaine Dupont-Fahn £85

Condrieu Pagus Luminis: Domaine Cheze £90

Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru Verger: P.Colin £130


Pinot Grigio: Terre del Noce, Dolomiti £25

Gavi di Gavi: Bric Sassi Della Maddalena £37

Falanghina, Vigna del Monaco, Ocone £42


Albariño: Casal Caeiro £36


Anjos de Portugal: Quinta da Lixa, Vinho Verde £31


Finca La Colonia: Bodegas Norton, Torrentes £27


Nuevo Mundo: Sauvignon Blanc (Organic) £31

South Africa                          

Mulderbosh: Chenin Blanc £33

New Zealand                        

Walnut Block: Collectables: Sauvignon Blanc £34

Dog point: Chardonnay £68

Rosé Wine


Carte Noir, St Tropez, Provence £31


Red Wine  


Morgon: Georges Buboeuf £37

Rasteau: Domaine Beaurenard, P.Coulon £45

Bourgogne Les Vieilles Vignes: Vincent Girardin £48

Crozes Hermitage: Les Meysonniers, M.Chapoutier £53

Chassagne-Montrachet: Les Chênes, Philippe Colin £60

Châteauneuf du Pape: De Beaurenard £72

Domaine Mas de Daumas Gassac £80

Vosne Romanee: Domaine Daniel Rion £110

Corton Grand Cru: Domaine Follin-Arbelet £165


Riberal: Roble, Bodegas Santa Eulalia £36

Rioja Promesa Reserva £40


Quinta de la Rosa, Douro £38


Nero D’Avola: Sangiovese, Angelo £30

Montepulciano D’Abruzzo: La Valentina £34

Chianti Classico: Retromarcia, Monte Bernardi £50

Barolo: Bussia, Dardi Le Rose, Poderi Colla £90


Santa Rita: Gran Hacianda reserva, Carmenere £30


Finca Decero: remolinos Vineyard, Malbec £36

Corbec Appassimento: Corbec-Malbecm, Masi £60

Cheval des Andes £165


Chateau Musar: Gaston Hochar £70

South Africa                          

Cloof: Pinotage £29

Buitenverwachting: Christine £44

New Zealand

Coopers Creek: Pinot noir £38


Deakin Estate: Cabernet Sauvignon £29

Tournon: Mathilda, Shiraz, M.Chapoutier £42



Peachy Canyon: Incredible Red Bin 199, Paso Robles £41


Medoc – Haut Medoc

Château Cissac £50


Fleur de Pédesclaux £65

Légende R: Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) £90

Réserve de la Comtesse de Lalande £105

Pessac Leognan – Graves

Château Rahoul £65

Château Haut-Brion 1er Grand Cru Classé £800

Saint Julien

Les Fiefs de Lagrange £85

Château Léoville Barton 2eme Grand Cru Classé £300


Zédé de Labégorce £65

Château Kirwan Grand Cru Classé £140

Saint Emilion – Montagne Saint Emilion

Vieux Château Négrit £41

Château Puy Blanquet Grand Cru Classé £62

Pomerol – Lalande de Pomerol

Château Perron £57

Château La Croix St Vincent £70

Château La Fleur-Pétrus £600           


Dessert Wine                                                                  Bottle    Glass (100ml)


Muscat de Beaumes de Venise (37.5cl)                          £25        £6.50

Sauternes: La Fleur D’Or (37.5cl)                                   £32        £8.50


Tokaji Aszu, 5 Puttonyons, Disznoko (50cl)                     £80        £12

South Africa       

VIN de Constance, Klein Constantia (50cl)                     £110      £13


Botrytis Viognier, FSW 8B, Yalumba (37.5cl)                  £40        £11


Elysium, Black Muscat, California (37.5cl)                      £33        £9


Taylor’s: Late Bottled Vintage 2010                                £35        £6.50

Taylor’s 10Years                                                             £68        £9.50

Opening time

Openning time

Tuesday to Friday Lunch : From 12pm to 1.30pm last order

Tuesday to Saturday Dinner: From 5.30pm to 9.30pm last order

Closed on Saturday Lunch, Sunday and Monday all day

Open for:

Mothering Sunday 11th March lunchtime 12 to 1.30pm

Fathering Sunday 17th June Lunchtime 12 to 1.30pm

Booking can already been taken

Make a Reservation

Telephone Reservations: Call us on: 0121 633 4944

Meet the Chef

Didier Philipot Chef de Cuisine of Edmunds Bistro de Luxe in Birmingham shares is passions for his new accessible menus inspired by classic French country cuisine, cooked in a modern style. Edmunds has always showcased the ‘Best of British’ seasonal ingredients, he now applies these to his classic French training. Since his childhood in France he was blessed with culinary influences from both of his parents’ families. Food having always played a huge role in his life. “My mother’s side were artisan bakers from Nancy (including a self-sufficient gran with her own garden and orchard) and, my Father’s family were fishermen from Brittany.

My first job was on a market in the Brie region at the age of 12, making boudin noir (black pudding), which I loved. I then attended hotel business school in Paris and worked in some of the finest Parisian establishments, from Fauchon to the Ritz, the Pavilion des Princes to the Chateau de la Jonchere. I also spent a year in a traditional French auberge, learning all the old classics from a 79 year-old Chef.” Chef Didier’s early international excursions took him to London’s Sheraton hotel, and then to South Africa’s Flamboyant Cascades hotel in Sun City. On his return to England, he was appointed Head Chef at Brockencote Hall at the age of 24 and, after 18 months, moved to Indonesia for a short time. Back in the UK once more, he worked at the Rampsbeck Country House Hotel, Cumbria and, in 1995 I returned to Brockencote Hall as head chef, where he spent 5 years, honing his skills and winning numerous awards. “I felt I was now ready to open my own restaurant and my lifelong dream was realised when La Toque D’Or was born in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Recognition from both local and national food critics soon followed and I was immensely humbled by the support from my loyal customers and friends.” Chef Didier took the helm at Edmunds in 2012, and began to ply his honed skills to take Edmunds to another level. Securing 2 AA Rosettes in 2016. Edmunds Bistro de Luxe now takes his passions to yet another level. Creating more accessible individually priced dishes for the modern diner. He draws upon his skills and experience to create fine French cuisine people will love. Applying traditional French dishes, modern cooking methods and the Greatest British seasonal ingredients to create dishes of distinction.


Edmunds Bistro de Luxe 6 Brindleyplace, Birmingham, B1 2JB

T: 0121 633 4944 E: info@edmundsrestaurant.co.uk

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