Some failsafe food highlights in Birmingham city centre

26th September 2017

*This is a collaborative post

Birmingham is blessed with a fantastic and varied selection of restaurants. From established chains like Wagamama, ASK Italian and Giraffe, to some great independent outlets like Del Villaggio and Zen Metro, there’s always something new to discover.

So here’s a look at some highlights from Birmingham city centre that always provide a heartwarming selection of fantastic food.

There are few more failsafe meal options than the classic burger with Digbeth’s Original Patty Men setting a high standard for the Birmingham area.

However, in the city centre we have the legendary Five Guys chain that’s always a good bet thanks to their unlimited burger toppings, whilst the Dirty Cow Burger are a great Birmingham-only restaurant that features a massive Big Brummy meal that includes no less than three burgers!

If that sounds like too much meat, there’s also some great vegetarian restaurants in the city centre. In particular, the awesome Not Dogs deliver fast food with a veggie twist with Quorn quarter pounders and the eight-inch Quorn bratwurst hot dogs doing a great job of mimicking the meat-based meals.

Given Birmingham’s multicultural heritage, it’s no surprise to find that we have plenty of mouth-watering cuisines from all over the world in our city centre.

From the fascinating Ethiopian food at Blue Nile, to Syriana and Damascena’s mezze treats, there’s no shortage of interesting new tastes to experience. And with delivery companies like Deliveroo covering all of these Birmingham city centre restaurants, exploring the fascinating flavours of the world has never been easier.

However, it’s Birmingham’s reputation for being the balti capital of the UK that means that we have to feature some of the city centre’s best curry houses.

And whether it’s sampling the spicy North Indian flavours at Pushkar, or tasting the legendary tandoori kebabs at Asha’s, it’s quick to understand why our city has become such a big hit amongst curry fans.

But there will always be those who are keen to see which Birmingham city centre restaurants serve up the best examples of classic British food.

Thankfully the Red Lion pub more than delivers on traditional British dishes like Cumberland sausages and mash and beer battered haddock, whilst their award-winning Sunday roasts offer the perfect way to celebrate the weekend.

So whether you’re seeking to grab a quick takeaway from one of Birmingham’s legendary curry houses, or are looking for a relaxed sit-down meal at a stylish burger joint, there’s plenty of options in Birmingham city centre.




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