Waters listed in Opentable’s top 100 best restaurants for 2016
Andy Waters restaurant located at Resorts World Birmingham, is the only restaurant in the West Midlands to be named in Opentable’s top 100 best restaurant list for 2016.
More than 465,000 customer reviews submitted by verfied diners for more than 5,600 restaurants across the UK, were analysed to determine the top 100 list, 50% of which are located in London. Top of the list was The Ledbury with other London favourites Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, Fera at Claridge’s and Restaurant Gordon Ramsey also featuring in the top 10.
Commenting on the accolade Chef Patron Andy Waters said: “We are extremely proud to be named as one of Opentable’s top 100 restaurants, especially as we have only been open for 12 months. The recognition is testament to how hard the team work to provide the very best food, atmosphere and service to our customers, who when all is said and done, are our most important critics”.
Located on the first floor of Resorts World Birmingham, Waters restaurant which is independent and family-run, serves classic British and French dishes with a twist.
The 65 seater restaurant is open seven days a week from 5pm – 10pm, Monday – Friday and 12pm – 10pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Alongside the main menu, a 2-course menu rapide for £14.95 is available for pre-concert dining and a 2-course Sunday lunch menu for £18.95.
Waters Restaurant will be listed in the Great Britain & Ireland Michelin Guide for 2017.
Bookings for Waters restaurant can be made by calling 0121 273 1238 or via the website, www.watersrestaurant.co.uk
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