Saturday, October 22, 2011 - My main course was a sensational reboot of a classic Tournedos Rossini, with braised ox cheek standing in for steak, and sauteed duck liver for foie gras. With Puy lentils and pommes puree, it was a memorably satisfying, grown-up plateful...I've never reviewed a restaurant on my own before, or indeed reviewed one on opening night. But The Asquith survived both tests triumphantly. It may not be Birmingham's most beautiful restaurant, but the quality of the food offers a ringing endorsement of the city's claim as a foodie capital. Now all it needs is customers.