Following the multi-million pound transformation of their rooftop bar & restaurant Sky By The Water in January, Resorts World have now unveiled the latest addition to the venue, the Secret Garden.
The outdoor rooftop garden is home to 8 cosy covered pods, featuring a bespoke Tanqueray butterfly wall, which borders an indoor glass bar area with bifold doors.
The area holds approx. 70 guests in total, 40 across the pods and 30 inside.
Guests will be able to enjoy drinks & light bites from the Sky By The Water Bar Menu out in the Secret Garden, including stunning gin trees, which can be ordered to hold up to 12 summery gin drinks.
Pods can be booked to enjoy weekend drinks on Friday and Saturday nights for between 2-8 people, via the Resorts World website from 27th May, with walk-ins welcome at any time during a visit to Sky By The Water.
The Secret Garden opening precedes Sky By The Water’s soon to be launched spring menu, curated by Head Chef Aaron Darnley, featuring classic comfort cooking for the lighter season, like bamboo steamed hake with lightly spiced lentils, carrot and a cumin salad and duck breast served pink with pak choi, beansprouts and sesame seeds. New desserts from top pastry chef Darryl Collins include a hazelnut and peanut chocolate treat and a new look passionfruit cheesecake.
For further information and to book your Secret Garden experience, visit www.resortsworldbirmingham.co.uk.