With a fantastic menu filled with delicious innovative takes on the classics and dishes inspired by different regions of France, there's something to suit everyone.Located in Birmingham's premier business and leisure district, Brindley Place is the perfect place in which to meet friends or just unwind over a glass of your favourite.Lewis Brindley, under the username Xephos, is a founding member of the Yogscast.
On that channel, they upload an enormous variety of content, such as Minecraft adventure maps and mini-games, Garry's Mod, the occasional indie game, and many collaborations.
Some of Lewis and Simon's most popular Minecraft series include Yog Labs, Jaffa Factory, Jaffa Quest, Hole Diggers, Deep Space Mine, Lucky Block Challenge, and of course, Shadow of Israphel.
Lewis founded The Yogscast in 2008, with the goal of sharing Simon with the world.
Since then, the channel has grown to become one of the largest in the UK and Lewis remains the de facto leader of the team - balancing Simon’s boldness with reason and caution.
Lewis was educated at King Edward VI Grammar School in Chelmsford and studied Chemistry at the University of Manchester from 2002 to 2006.
He also took Law for the first year, he failed the final exam and was dropped from the course, Lewis said he hated studying law.
In 2000, Lewis, then only 16 years of age, entered The Daily Telegraph Young Science Writer Awards with his article "Breathe Slowly and Keep Asthma at Bay".
In the article, Lewis reveals that he has had asthma his entire life, but his condition was improved by the Buteyko method.
Lewis won the "Younger category" of the awards for his article on the alternative asthma treatment and had a picture taken with Princess Anne.