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Restaurants in Birmingham

Restaurants in Birmingham: Eats in UK’s Second City

The second most populous city outside London, Birmingham is known as London’s “Second City”. Gaining prominence during the Industrial Revolution, this city is historically significant as well as culturally rich. With a mix of contrasting modern and Victorian architecture, the city never bores its visitors. Birmingham has a notable restaurant scene, having four Michelin star rated Restaurants and a thriving foodie culture. With its large South Asian community, the city is known for its excellent spicy dishes, even with a curry that is unique to Birmingham, the Balti.

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Bangla Lounge Halesowen

Bangla Lounge Halesowen

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/6117
Bangla Lounge Halesowen
The Lloyds Indian Restaurant

The Lloyds Indian Restaurant

Kwole
Indian££££
5.2/6102
The Lloyds Indian Restaurant
Istanbul Turkish Restaurant

Istanbul Turkish Restaurant

Rowley Regis
Turkish££££
5.3/6152
Istanbul Turkish Restaurant
Bohemia

Bohemia

Selly Oak
European££££
5.4/6143
Bohemia
Pizza Grill Restaurant - PGR

Pizza Grill Restaurant - PGR

City Centre
Italian££££
4.4/678
Pizza Grill Restaurant - PGR
Ana Rocha

Ana Rocha

Jewellery Quarter
Spanish££££
5.5/680
Ana Rocha
The Keg & Grill

The Keg & Grill

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/694
The Keg & Grill
Cinnamon Court

Cinnamon Court

Bentley
Indian££££
5.2/693
Cinnamon Court
On The Rocks

On The Rocks

Sanders Park
Steakhouse££££
5.7/6121
On The Rocks
Rajdoot Tandoori - Birmingham

Rajdoot Tandoori - Birmingham

Jewellery Quarter
Indian££££
5.2/684
Rajdoot Tandoori - Birmingham
Casa Italia - Birmingham

Casa Italia - Birmingham

Harborne
Italian££££
5.5/695
Casa Italia - Birmingham
The Horseshoe Bar & Restaurant

The Horseshoe Bar & Restaurant

Hall Green
International££££
4.5/6103
The Horseshoe Bar & Restaurant
Pranzo Restaurant

Pranzo Restaurant

Sparkhill
Fusion££££
4.6/671
Pranzo Restaurant
The Vine Inn

The Vine Inn

Clent
European££££
5.3/677
The Vine Inn
El Borracho de Oro

El Borracho de Oro

Edgbaston
Spanish££££
5.2/671
El Borracho de Oro
Mela - Harborne

Mela - Harborne

Harborne
Indian££££
5.1/666
Mela - Harborne
Jaipur Cottage

Jaipur Cottage

Clent
Indian££££
5.3/672
Jaipur Cottage
The Vernon

The Vernon

Hanbury
European££££
5.1/673
The Vernon
Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton

Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton

Willenhall
Indian££££
5.5/654
Spice Lounge – Wolverhampton
Marrakech Restaurant

Marrakech Restaurant

Hall Green
African
5.5/684
Marrakech Restaurant
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    Birmingham Restaurants: Healthy Meals, Heavy Metal

    In 1968, heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath were birthed in Birmingham. In their wake, wildly successful bands like Judas Priest and Napalm Death were begat by Birmingham. There’s great pride in being the ‘birthplace of heavy metal’. and the city proudly shows off its metal heritage, manifesting in many heavy metal-themed bars. These special restaurants in Birmingham typically serve pub food – to leather the belly against a lager assault. Mainly in the centre of town, these taverns are essential for fans of food and heavy metal (not in the one dish, mind).
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    Birmingham Places to Eat: Navigate the Balti Triangle

    From metal to Madras, Birmingham has blessed us with balti. Though the origins of the balti are uncertain, everyone agrees that it was popularised in Birmingham. Influenced by Pakistani and Indian cooking, balti curries are unique in the manner they are served. Ingredients don’t differ from other curries, but cooked at high temperatures in thin metal bowls, the balti stands out. The Balti Triangle, as it is known in Birmingham, refers to the large number of balti houses along Ladypool Road, Stoney Lane, and Stratford Road – simply some of the best places to eat in Birmingham.
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    Birmingham Best Restaurants: Upscale Dining Choices

    Outside of London, Birmingham is the only city in England home to four Michelin-starred restaurants. Having more than one Michelin-starred restaurant is a big deal in England, considering that rival Liverpool and Manchester restaurants have yet to receive their first. These restaurants are top notch, with expert chefs using the freshest ingredients and the most advanced cooking techniques. With such distinctions, Birmingham has made a name for itself in the world of gourmet dining. Finding the best restaurant in Birmingham for you is easy with so many great options.
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    Best Places to Eat in Birmingham: Local Gastropubs

    Birmingham is home to something of a renaissance when it comes to the gastropub scene, with new craft breweries and cozy taverns cropping up all over town. These relaxed yet sophisticated bars offer more than just seasonal pale ales, serving up delicious pub eats to accompany the tasty brews. It isn’t just fish and chips on the menu at these establishments (not that there is anything wrong with fish and chips), but rather real gourmet specialties like slow-braised pork belly and chicken liver pate. Some of these gastropubs belong to the best restaurants in Birmingham.
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    Where to Eat in Birmingham: Broad Street Nights Out

    Broad Street, one of Birmingham’s largest thoroughfares, is home to the city’s best nightlife options and great Birmingham restaurants. A popular party street, its jam packed with cocktail bars, clubs, laid back pubs and quality dining establishments. Nearly any type of cuisine is available here, including American diner food, Chinese restaurants, and historic Victorian pubs serving traditional and modern British cuisine. It is important not to drink on empty stomach – and who wants an empty stomach? – so be responsible and grab a meal on Broad Street!
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    Eating Out in Birmingham: Digbeth Irish Specialties

    The area of Digbeth in Birmingham has a long history of Irish heritage. Locals often call Digbeth the Irish Quarter because the Irish community is relatively populous. With options ranging from cheap bar snacks and meals to more expensive, upscale Irish dining, finding a good Irish stew – or a boxty, coddle, or colcannon, for that matter – is never a difficult task in Digbeth. You’ll have to do some field research, won’t you? Whether you are a tourist or a local, making a trip to these Birmingham restaurants is always a good idea.
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