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Letter: INK boss was a blot on landscape.

Byline: CAROLE HOWE

Sir, - If it is 'well-documented' that people who work in Birmingham are not 'grazers' (Post, May 13) then why did INK owner Dipak Patel - presumably a savvy businessman - decide to open here in the first place?

May I suggest that while customers were not sitting uncomfortably on vertical drinking pods at his up-market caff, they were in fact frequenting the city centre's other bars, clubs and restaurants where they could relax and eat food more grown-up than fish finger and sausage sandwiches, probably for not much more than a fiver.

Good luck and good riddance to Mr Patel. No doubt he'll be milking undiscerning grazers in London within weeks.

CAROLE HOWE Edgbaston.
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:May 19, 2003
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