- Central Birmingham- Restaurant recommendations?
OK, there’s actually quite a few options,
Indian you could go to the one at the end of fleet st called itihaas, which is just behind summer row, food is good and good value too. Or there’s lasan which is in the jewellery quarter, it won Gordon Ramseys TV competition a couple of years back.
British cuisine there’s a couple of restaurants on summer row which are nice. Also the mailbox has several nice restaurants, including my favourite Steakhouse, Miller and Carter.
There’s a jamies Italian and a wagammamas down by the bull ring, oh and Brown’s there too.Posted 4 years agolungeSubscriber
Unashamedly copied from the other thread:
My favourite subject this.
Purnells – just brilliant, modern food but you’ll need to book 3 months in advance.
Adams – new Michelin stared place, very, very good and very intimate.
Simpsons – Classical, too class food, a but less experimental than the top 2.
Less expensivePosted 4 years ago
Loves – great food, really good atmosphere, not cheap but not really expensive
Opus – fine dining but not silly money
Anderson bar and grill – best steak I have ever eaten and a great wine list. This is my “go to” restaurant in Brum
MPW at the Cube – good food but you do pay a premium for the venue. But the venue is awesome.
Lasan – basically, posh curry. But bloody good posh curry.
San Carlo – really, really good Italian place. Been there years and consistently very good.
La Truc – very laid back restaurant that does very good simple food
Bodega – cracking South American food and awesome cocktails. Very lively and quite cheap.
Gingers bar AKA Purnells Brasserie AKA Purnells bistro bar – good simple food and more great cocktails.MrSmithMember
I ate at that cielo place last week, busy and lively atmosphere, food was good but I wouldn’t call it an occasion restaurant more of a business/big group thing than a special meal out. Would happily eat there again if I was staying at the same hotel round the corner though.Posted 4 years agoBigJohnSubscriber
In central Brum I always go to the Victoria in John Bright St – just round the corner from new St Station.
It’s a lovely pub with great beer, excellent cocktails knowledgeable bar staff, interesting clientele and a good selection of bar food. We always have something in there before/after the Electric Cinema just down the road.Posted 4 years agoitsallgoodSubscriber
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