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Best places to eat in Birmingham

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Best places to eat in Birmingham


Breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can find an amazing culinary experience in Birmingham. Ethnic cuisine, seafood and traditional British cuisine are just a few of the food categories to explore. Here are a few of the best Birmingham restaurants to choose from on your trip.


City Centre

Adam's: New Oxford House, 16 Waterloo Street, Birmingham B2 5UG

This versatile setting caters to couples looking for a romantic evening and large corporate parties alike. The menu includes modern dishes prepared by award-winning chef Adam Stokes. Experience the three-course menu along with a signature Tasting Menu and a lunch menu on weekdays. As one of the best restaurants in Birmingham, Adam's has earned multiple awards including a Michelin Star, three AA Rosettes and multiple Traveller's Choice awards. 


Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill at the Hotel Indigo: The Cube, 200 Wharfside St, Birmingham B1 1PR


Located on the top floor of The Cube, the Marco Pierre is the hotel restaurant of the Hotel Indigo Birmingham. The cuisine is classic British or fabulous French to cater to your tastes, and the view is one of the best in the city. Take in the skyline through the glass walls and enjoy live music every day. 


Simpson's: 20 Highfield Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 3DU

For a less formal dining experience without sacrificing world-class food, Simpson's is the place. A Michelin star holder since 2000, Simpson's prides itself on fresh, seasonal ingredients and the highest quality service. Simpson's is unique in that you can stay onsite in one of three en suite guest rooms. Beautifully landscaped gardens surround you while you relax in the peaceful environment of one of the most unique places to eat in Birmingham.


Original Patty Men: 9 Shaw's Passage, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 5JG

This quirky place calls itself the home of the Patty Pimps & Purveyors of Filth, and it's always top of the list of the places to eat in Birmingham. Wings, burgers and fries are the specialties, but it's wings only on Wednesdays. A menu that includes special sides and sauces lets you customize every meal to your tastes. While you're there, check out the daily specials and the merchandise shop.


Opus Restaurant: 54 Cornwall Street, Birmingham B3 2DE

Opus operates an ingredient-led kitchen, meaning the staff buys the best seasonal ingredients every day from select suppliers who follow sustainable and ethical farming principles. Choose from a 2 AA Rosette a la carte menu of two or three courses. During the week, enjoy a lighter lunch in the restaurant or the bar. Friday and Saturday evenings bring the option of a leisurely five-course tasting menu with wine. When you're wondering where to eat in Birmingham, give Opus a try.

Jewellery Quarter

1000 Trades: 16 Frederick Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B1 3HE

In the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham, 1000 Trades is a true neighborhood bar and grill. Craft beer and natural wines are just the start. Local artists display their work throughout the building, and the unique music of the community surrounds you. Space is available for rent for community events. Food offerings change regularly, so check the online menu to see what's being served when you are ready to visit. 


Zindiya Streatery & Bar: 21 Woodbridge Road, Birmingham B13 8EJ

Zindiya is made to give visitors the experience of an immersive visit to India. A casual and fun environment replicates the street markets of Delhi and Kolkata with bright colors unlike anything in the surroundings. Local artists contribute to the surroundings. Fresh and affordable are the keywords at Zindiya, in everything from the menu to the ambiance.

King's Heath

Kitchen Garden Cafe: 17 York Road, Birmingham B14 7SA

Everything you find in this wonderful cafe and deli is home-cooked, including cakes and pastries, to make your mouth water. At the Kitchen Garden Cafe, they believe in being kind to each other and the planet. All coffees and teas carry the Fairly Traded label, and whenever possible, ingredients are sourced locally from ethical producers. Vegetarians, vegans and others with specific dietary needs can find plenty to choose from on the menu and are welcome to ask questions about how the chef prepares the food.


The Plough Harborne: 21 High Street, Birmingham B17 9NT

From made-from-scratch comfort food to pizza baked on a stone to pub favorites, The Plough Harborne has something for everyone. Beer, coffees, wines and more complement the food and the hospitality. The Plough is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It even offers a meeting room that seats up to 20. In the summertime, you'll find seating and an outdoor bar set up in the garden area. Sometimes a DJ and pop up food menus appear as well.

Start with something delicious but simple or go all out on a five-course elegant meal. No matter the meal, in Birmingham you can't go wrong.