Bengal Brasserie goes football crazy

Hot on the heels of their sponsorship of the Balsall Common Festival, the team at the Bengal Brasserie have now added local youth football to their list of community sponsorships.

Their latest deal sees them put their name to the Balsall & Berkswell FC Under 15s Hornets squad:

About the Bengal Brasserie

The Bengal Brasserie restaurant has been serving customers in Balsall Common since the early 1990’s, with a friendly, welcoming team that’s enthusiastically supported a wide range of community projects throughout their history in the village.

Visitors to the restaurant can expect a wide choice of Indian and Bangladeshi dishes, including fish-dishes and even English options for those who struggle with spicy dishes.

They also provide a delivery service within a range of up to 5 miles.

Bengal Brasserie

349-351 Kenilworth Road
Balsall Common
Coventry
CV7 7DL

T: 01676 533 883
E: info@bengal-brasserie.co.uk
W: bengal-brasserie.co.uk

F:facebook.com/bengal.brasserie.bc
T: twitter.com/BengalBC

Ye refreshed Ye Olde Saracens Head in Balsall Common

A sample from the new Saracens Head Menu

Balsall Common can look forward to a fine-dining option on its’ doorstep with the reopening of Ye Olde Saracen’s Head this Thursday (22nd November). The pub which is under new management is ready to offer up a tremendous experience having secured the services of talented head chef Daniel Topa, who joins the team from Marco Pierre White’s ‘The Cube’, in Birmingham.

 

New manager, Rob Chmielinski hopes his pub’s new fresh food menu and ambience will impress visitors enough to keep coming back for more:
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Morning fry-ups in central Balsall Common

One of the dirty little secrets in the centre of Balsall Common is that you can get yourself a naughty-but-nice morning fry-up in relaxing surroundings slap-bang in the centre of Balsall Common. McKees Brasserie at Haigs Hotel on Kenilworth Road will happily serve cooked or continental breakfasts to passers-by on their way to work, confirming you don’t have to be an overnight guest of the hotel to visit the restaurant for breakfast.

 

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