Best Must-Try Restaurants in Birmingham

Are you looking for best places to eat? Do you have difficulty deciding what to eat? Birmingham’s wide range of cuisines can be cherished without spending a lot of money. Food has played an important role in the culture of Birmingham. The number of highly praised restaurants in Birmingham are best to satisfy any foodie. According to New York Times, Birmingham was ranked among the top 20 international destinations to visit.

In case you are craving for inspiration for the next time you head out to dinner, try out these restaurants.

Carters of Moseley

It is one of the best restaurants in the country. They offer top-class food with an emphasis on clean flavours and seasonal ingredients. Look out for occasional pop-up nights and partnerships with favourites from Birmingham’s street food scene. Carters of Moseley was the winner of Good Food Guide 2015 Readers’ Restaurant of the Year.

Bistrol 1847

Usullay, vegetarian restaurants take a rustic and frugal approach but this pulls out all the stops.  You will be wowed by the inventive flavour combinations and stunning presentation. It has grown and developed a strong following by taking the modern approach to dining.

Sushi Passion

Adam Glamacinsk became famous when he was operating a tiny sushi stall in the Bullring Indoor Market right in Birmingham City Centre. He specializes in Japanese food in a typically English arcade.  This restaurant is just as good for a romantic evening meal as a quick lunch. The menu of Sushi Passion looks like an edible comic books trip. The platters of sushi and sashimi are works of art.

The Wilderness

The wilderness provides a true dining experience for its customers. This place has went through a complete transformation including preserving moss on the walls, theatrical-style leafy canopy and water drips like rain into windowsill trough of plants you can eat.

Two Cats Kitchen

It was previously a pop-up restaurant that shed light on Baltic-Russian cuisine by rearranging traditional dishes and attempting new one. They strip back formal dining while keeping low costs and focus on excellence in the food.

Café Opus at IKON

Opus is the Birmingham’s best mid-market restaurants. The chef David Colcombe runs a bright and airy café at the IKON gallery. The kitchen is about scratch-cooking of mainly British ingredients. Opus has the reputation for cherishing first-class ingredients and serves them without the usual fine dining fluff.


Adam’s is a contemporary British fine-dining restaurant which boasts a Michelin star. The restaurant opened in 2013 and within no time has gained the reputation of best eateries in the United Kingdom.  

Mughal e Azam

Mughal e Azam is situated in a converted united reformed church. It is one of the Birmingham’s best looking curry houses with a menu that is equally impressive. They offer a Bring Your Own Bottle policy. The restaurant provides a true dining experience.

The restaurants in Birmingham provides the best dining experience by offering diverse range of foods. Try these restaurants and let us know in the comments.