130 Colmore Row

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130 Colmore Row
General information
Type Commercial
Architectural style Edwardian Baroque
Coordinates 52°28′49″N 1°54′08″W / 52.480238°N 1.902214°W / 52.480238; -1.902214
Current tenants Lasan Group
Completed 1903
Owner Chinese Investment Consortium
Technical details
Material Portland stone, Granite
Floor count 3
Floor area 5,500 square feet (510 m2)
Design and construction
Architecture firm Goddard & Co. of Leicester
Listed Building – Grade II
Designated 21 January 1970
Reference no. 1075641
Restaurant information
Established July 2015
Current owner(s) Jabbar Khan
Chef Aktar Islam
Food type Surf and turf
Seating capacity 200

130 Colmore Row [1] is a Grade II listed building in the city centre of Birmingham, England. The building was built in 1903 as the main office for Alliance Assurance by architecture firm Goddard & Co. of Leicester. The building served as an office and banking hall for Alliance Assurance until the 1990s when it was bought by Birmingham City Council and became a tourist information office and later a careers centre; in 2013 the building was sold to a Chinese Investment Consortium who have planned to turn the vacant building into a restaurant named 'Nosh and Quaff'

Nosh & Quaff[edit]

The restaurant Nosh and Quaff opened in July 2015 after a £1 million internal fit out by Keane Design Associates, the restaurant is run by Aktar Islam's Lasan Group and specialises in lobster and beer.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hugh James (23 August 2013). "Birmingham Trail One: Birmingham Civic and Commercial Buildings" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-09-18. 
  2. ^ Mary Griffin (24 February 2015). "Lasan to open Nosh and Quaff lobster and beer bar". Retrieved 2015-02-24.