After a busy few months since opening in Grand Central, Birmingham, independent restaurant, Holy Moly Macaroni, is adding new dishes to its menu due to customer demand.

The Harlem inspired restaurant has been ‘bringing back proper mac’ to the masses, but now it is adding to its range of soul food with the introduction of a number of flavoursome foods.

One expected to fly out of the kitchen is the ‘Not So Holy Burger’. This burger is what diners have been waiting for; pairing its already famous buttermilk chicken with a dollop of mac and cheese, garnished with lettuce, tomatoes and pickle. All sandwiched between a classic New York style bagel. Be a devil and try this out for the ultimate taste sensation!

Holy Moly is also launching a new appetiser menu, including ‘Holy Balls of Mac’ – crispy mac and cheese balls served with BBQ or Bourbon and Honey Dip. There’s also ‘Buttermilk Chicken Bites’ – bitesize chunks of the popular Buttermilk Chicken, served with mayonnaise, or ‘Wild Wild Wings’ coated in tongue-tingling spices.

A new addition to the popular mac and cheese family is ‘Little Mexico’ – who doesn’t love the idea of mac and cheese topped with pulled beef and jalapenos for an extra kick, alongside a dollop of salsa and guacamole, finished with some crunchy tortilla chips for crunch!

John Burke at Holy Moly said: “Since opening we have been listening to our customer’s feedback and decided now is the right time to expand and add a new dimension to our soul food offering. Our buttermilk chicken has become a firm favourite so we hope to delight them with our own twist on the classic burger, we are sure it’s going to be a staple for many hungry diners!”

With dishes to tantalise the taste buds, what better place to visit to not only up your insta-game but taste authentic Harlem inspired food.

Bookings are not required at Holy Moly. To try the new menu, pay a visit to the restaurant at Grand Central, Birmingham from 11am to 10pm Monday to Saturday, 11am to 8pm Sunday.

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