If you have been curiously eyeing the construction work around St. Martinʼs Church eager to see whatʼs happening then the wait is over as the new £7.5m Spiceal Street opened last month adding three new dining destinations: ChaoBaby, Browns Bar and Brasserie and Handmade Burger Co. to Bullrings food offer.

Exotic Thai cuisine and a banquet-style dining experience is served at ChaoBaby where the street market culture of Thailand is recreated and an impressive tank of 50 Jellyfish is the focal point. While Browns Bar includes an extensive wine and cocktail menu alongside an open grill with hearty English cuisine, and a pianist for entertainment.

Handmade Burger Co, who have chosen Spiceal Street as their flagship restaurant, will bring their famed food philosophy of using only the freshest and finest ingredients for their wide range of delicious burgers.

The redevelopment also includes a new water feature with texts from local poet Simon Turner and wordsmith and performer Polarbear. A new 12.5m tall public art commission by Birmingham-born Wolfgang Buttress helps transform the look of the area between Bullring and St Martin’s.

The new Spiceal Street will save food-lovers from the long queues at the mall’s existing eateries and, in warmer months, bring that much-needed alfresco dining to the city centre.