Scott’s of Harborne is a Café-Bar situated on the very busy Harborne high street. This hidden gem has become a popular location amongst local Harbonites and fellow Brummies alike, who seek out the location 7 days a week for breakfast & brunch, lunch and salads, as well as very tasty homemade Tapas dishes; and being fully licensed the occasional strawberry gin mojito from the Gin cocktail menu or a Pilsner Urquell and Mean Time London Pale Ale on tap.
This new independent brings a touch of something special to Harborne through its unique design, creative menu and excellent customer service. Scott’s of Harborne tries and delivers that personal touch with an array of dishes also suitable for vegetarians and vegans as well as providing gluten free options.
Scott’s of Harborne prides itself on producing simple food with creative flair. The breakfast menu is something to be admired with their creation of the Breakfast burrito and a pancake menu. Everything at Scott’s is made in-house which makes the difference and sets it apart from the commercial powerhouses that surround it.
Scott is a strong advocate for independence and works closely with some of the finest Birmingham has to offer, sourcing their coffee beans from the popular Bristol Street roasters Quarter Horse, having bread baked under arches of the Jewellery Quarter by Peel & Stone and working closely with Becketts Farm to acquire the finest meats.
Since opening; Scott’s has been hosting regular acoustic nights that have grown in popularity where each event is quickly booked up. The small intimate setting makes it the ultimate venue for a night out with friends and ‘date-night’ with your partner. Scott’s of Harborne was designed with everybody in mind from small and cosy two people tables, a relaxing long sofa with sharing tables and a full length 12-seater table which runs the length of the room which is perfect for large groups or just making new friends.
From July Scott’s will soon be adding evenings and be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights until 11pm serving homemade Tapas as well as introducing a new burger menu.
Key Dishes to try: The Breakfast Burrito, Salmon Poke Bowl (Hawaiian raw fish salad), Cougette Fritters (Can be found on Independent Birmingham’s top 71 foods to try in the city), Bacon/wilted spinach/roasted cherry tomatoes on a homemade potato rosti, anything from the pancake menu.
- Breakfast/brunch, lunch, tapas
- Locally sourced coffee, locally baked bread and locally sourced meat and ingredients
- Loose leaf teas
- Simple and delicious gin cocktail menu
- Pilsner Urquell and Mean Time London Pale Ale on tap
- Carefully selected wine menu
- Open daily from 9am – 6pm, 7 days a week
- Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings
- Acoustic night
- Pop up nights – Eat Vietnam to be the first