Food & Drink
Bateman, Michael, The Independent (London, England)
BIRMINGHAMs central fish market is one of the busiest and best in the country. Strange maybe for a city farther than any other from the sea, and strange, too, considering that Britains second city has no reputation for an interest in good cooking.Hotels apart, the Michelin Guide, the Ronay Guide and the Good Food Guide can muster only a dozen eating places to recommend, in a city of more than 1 million souls. The GFG can find just five restaurants to praise.This lowly rating is not deserved as far as fish is concerned, insist the fish-market traders. People are buying more top-quality fish all the time, says Paul Cannon, director of the market's biggest stall, Caterfish. Price …
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