Visiting Arena Birmingham?
Did you know that from The Cube you can reach Arena Birmingham in just ten minutes? Simply take a leisurely stroll down the canal, past the Sealife Centre and then you’ve arrived at your destination.
This couldn’t be more convenient as March and April are set to be very busy months for the Arena Birmingham, with everyone from Craig David and Bon Iver, to James Arthur and Harry Styles and even the legendary Pussycat Dolls making an appearance. So as global superstars prepare to hit the City, be sure to get your pre-show dinner reservations sorted…
It’s not just dinner – it’s a show in itself
If you’re planning an evening watching your favourite artist, where better to start the night than by filling up on Shogun Tepanyaki’s finest Japanese cuisine? Whether you’re dropping by for a quick sushi bite, or for an evening of live culinary entertainment and sake-fuelled mischief, you’ll find a wide range of Japanese delicacies to tempt.
The live culinary magic of Shogun is the perfect warm-up act for your evening concert, providing an entertaining, interactive and thrilling dining experience. The highly skilled chefs are each a master of their craft and will prove that eating Japanese is not only a gastronomic event, but it’s also pure theatre!
More than just the two of you…
For slightly larger groups we’d recommend opting for one of the set menus, which are all served with fried rice and seasonal vegetables. For just £29pp you can indulge in the Teriyaki sharer which includes Chef Appetizer, Harumaki, Yakitori, Shogun Salad, Tori Sob Soup, succulent Sirloin Steak and Chicken or Lamb.
And of course, you haven’t had the full Shogun experience until you’ve tried its finest authentic refreshments, so treat yourselves to a bottle of plum wine, or glass of Sochu (Japanese barley spirit), to really get your evening going.
Short on time?
To accommodate your pre-show plans, Levels 6 and 7 are open for all day dining, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy Bardolino’s £12.50 casual Italian menu or Rodizio Rico’s lunchtime and early evening Brazilian feasts – freeing you up for the rest of your evening of entertainment.
So whichever concert your seeing this Spring, starting your evening at The Cube will ensure it’s one to remember.
At The Cube