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12 cool and fun places to eat in Birmingham

Birmingham, one of the largest city in the United Kingdom and home to the two oldest professional football teams in the world. A city with cool clubs, bars and restaurants that have a lot to offer. We are going to introduce you to 12 cool and fun places to eat in Birmingham.

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Tip #1: Le Petit Chef

Le Petit Chef Birmingham
Le Petit Chef in Birmingham

For a unique experience in Birmingham, don’t miss the Le Petit Chef 3D dinner show. The world’s smallest chef cooks a 4-course meal for you at the Hyatt Regency! The two-hour 3D dinner experience features the world’s smallest chef and his friends performing a variety of acts. After each of the little chef’s acts, delicious dishes from Spain, Italy, France and Japan are served, making Le Petit Chef an unique experience for all the senses.

Le Petit Chef Birmingham
Le Petit Chef Birmingham

Visit our extraordinary 3D dinner-show Le Petit Chef at Hyatt Regency in Birmingham

With this dinner experience, you’ll have your very own 3D show on your plate and you can look forward to some entertaining recordings of the world’s smallest chefs. After the chefs have shown you how they have prepared your delicious dish on your plate, the Hyatt Regency team will serve the dishes in the real world. At Le Petit Chef Birmingham, you can choose one of the delicious menus in advance: the Le Grand menu, the Vegetarian menu and the Children’s menu. It’s definitely an experience for young and old, like you’ve never seen before. 

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose-free and Junior menu options available.

Speciality:

Four-course 3D theatre dining experience   

Price:

Four-course menu.

Le Grand Chef: £99.00 per person,

Vegetarian: £79.00 per person,

Le Petit Chef Junior (Until 12 years): £49.00 per person

Hours:

Reservation is necessary, you can book online 

Location:

Hyatt Regency Birmingham, 2 Bridge St, 

Birmingham B1 2JZ

Contact:

Phone: 0121 6431234

E-mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://lepetitchef.com/birmingham

Tip #2: Indico Mailbox

Indico Mailbox Birmingham
Image credit: Indico Mailbox Birmingham

Indico-Mailbox is well known for its cultural heritage and for serving delicious Indian street food. The aim of this cool restaurant is to bring the Indian flavours and dishes to Birmingham. 

This cool restaurant serves North Indian delicacies such as hot and cold chaats, delicious Indian curries, and tandoori dishes. Indico Mailbox also offers a large selection of homemade cocktails, gin, wine and soft drinks. So no wish is left unfulfilled. The award-winning boutique restaurant is known for presenting its food in a „traditional“ way, paying tribute to the vibrant Pujabi culture. Indico-Mailbox is definitely one of the cool places to eat in Birmingham.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.

Speciality :

Indian street food

Price:

Mains: starting £8.45 up to £24.95

Hours:

Every day : 12pm – 10pm

Location:

113-115 Wharfside Street

Birmingham B1 1RF

Contact:

Phone0121 643 5121

Webpage: https://indicostreetkitchen.com/

Tip #3: Gaucho

Gaucho Birmingham
Image credit: Gaucho Birmingham

Near Cathedral Square, you can enjoy the finest steaks and wines at Gaucho Birmingham. With details inspired by the Argentinean forest, the interior is sophisticated. You’ll feel like you’re in the middle of the streets of Buenos Aires. While enjoying this atmosphere, you can also look forward to a delicious selection of food including steak, appetizers, seafood and more.

Executive chef, Max Castaldo, takes his guests on a culinary journey that includes not only Argentinian cuisine, but also inspiration from South and Central America. The Gaucho is committed to becoming net-zero and therefore relies on a beef offering that is 100% carbon offset. From sirloin to ribeye, and rump to fillet, there is something for every steak lover. For those who prefer salads, burgers or delicious cocktails, there is also a selection to choose from.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and gluten-free options available.

Speciality:

Finest cuts of grass-fed beef grown in Argentina

Price:

Mains: starting from £16.50 up to £29.50

Steaks: starting from £20.00 to £47.50

Hours:

Sunday – Thursday: 12pm – 11pm

Friday: 12pm – 11.30pm

Saturday: 12pm – 11pm

Location:

55 Colmore Row, Lower Ground Retail

Birmingham, B3 2AA

Contact:

Tip #4: The Lost & Found Birmingham

The Lost & Found Birmingham
Image credit: The Lost & Found Birmingham

If you’re looking for a dinner with a special atmosphere, Lost & Found is the place to be. Here you’ll find Victorian explorer-inspired architecture, matching chandeliers, and hanging flowers. The restaurant will allow you to immerse yourself in a voyage of discovery that you will experience in a listed building in the heart of the city.

Of course, this cool restaurant has more to offer than just a great atmosphere. You can also look forward to delicious cocktails and seasonal, homemade food. Burgers, steaks, pizzas, as well as sandwiches – the kitchen, under the direction of Chef Samantha Less, will have them all prepared for you. Those who would like to enjoy brunch and bottomless bubbles are also very welcome at the Lost & Found restaurant.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.

Speciality :

Seasonal food and traditional cocktails

Price:

Brunch and bottomless bubbles: £35.00

Steaks: starting from £21.25 up to £33.50

Pizzas: starting from £11.75 up to £15.25

Hours:

Mo – Thu: 12pm – 11 pm

Fri: 12pm – 1am

Sat: 11am – 1am

Sun: 11am – 10pm

Locations:

8 Bennetts Hill, 

Birmingham, B2 5RS

Contact:

Tip #5: Mowgli Birmingham

Mowgli Birmingham
Image credit: Mowgli Birmingham

Mowgli aims to create a dining experience in Birmingham that makes guests feel as if they are in an Indian home kitchen. The food is light and healthy and is prepared fresh every morning for you. Choose from a variety of curries, wraps and other delicious Indian dishes.

 

Through the glass front you can discover the cosy atmosphere created by fairy lights, swinging seats and hanging ropes – definitely the perfect place to relax and indulge in a delicious menu. Nisha Katona, founder of this cool restaurant, has always wanted to spread the love of Indian home cooking. To make this possible, she opened Mogli. Since then, Mogli has become one of Birmingham’s best Indian restaurants.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options available.

Speciality:

Indian home food restaurant

Price:

Price range is £15 – £20

Hours:

Mon – Thurs: 11.30am – 9pm 

Fri – Sat: 11.30am – 10.30pm 

Sun: 11.30am – 8.30pm

Location:

Unit 30, Grand Central, Stephenson Place, 

Birmingham, B2 4BF

Tip #6: Orelle

Orelle Birmingham
Image credit: Orelle Birmingham

Situated on the 24th floor, Orelle Restaurant offers guests stunning views over the city of Birmingham and beyond. As well as serving modern and classic French cuisine, you can also enjoy some of Birmingham’s finest mixology at the cocktail bar or grab a delicious sandwich at the Orelle Ground Floor Cafe.

 

Head Chef Chris Emery selects only the finest seasonal ingredients and tries to create a menu that changes with the seasons. Orelle offers an à la carte menu, a tasting menu, Sunday lunch, a dessert menu and a prix fixe menu. And for those looking for a beautiful place to enjoy a special occasion with friends, family or colleagues, this cool restaurant also has a private dining room. It is definitely a restaurant where everyone can get what he or she wants.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and vegan options available.

Speciality:

360-degree panoramic view, modern and classic french cuisine

Price:

Mains (à la carte menu): starting from £22.00 up to £48.00

Two-courses: £29.00

Three-courses: £35.00 (prix fixe menu)

Hours:

Mon–Fri: 09:00am–10:00pm

Sat 12:00pm –10:00pm

Sun 1:00pm–5:00pm

Location:

103 Colmore Row, 

Birmingham, B3 3AG

Contact:

Phone: 0121 716 8186

E-Mail:[email protected]

Webpage: https://orelle.co.uk/

Tip #7: The Coconut Tree Birmingham

The Coconut Tree Birmingham
Image credit: The Coconut Tree Birmingham

The Coconut Tree’s mission is to bring Sri Lankan food and family hospitality to the world. As well as the delicious food and special flavours, you can look forward to Cocotails and a relaxed atmosphere.

The special feature of the menu is definitely the large selection of vegan dishes. Guests can expect dishes such as coconut sambol, dhals or chickpea dishes. Of course, meat and fish lovers are also catered for. One of the most popular drinks in this restaurant are the „Cocotails“. These are made from the best ingredients and cover every taste. From low-sugar to non-alcoholic to premium spirits, there is something for everyone. The Coconut Tree is for anyone looking for a dining experience in Birmingham.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options available.

Speciality:

Sri Lanka specialities and Cocotails

Price:

Vegan dishes: starting from £4.00 up to £7.00

Meats/ Fish dishes: starting from £7.00 up to £9.00

Cocotails: starting from £4.00 up to £10.00

Hours:

Mon – Thur: 12.00pm – 11.00pm

Fri –  Sat: 12.00pm – 1.00am

Sun: 12.00pm – 10.00pm

Location:

35 Gas St,

Birmingham, B1 2JT

Tip #8: 220 Merrill

220 Merrill Birmingham
Image credit: 220 Merrill Birmingham

This is your upscale Restaurant in Birmingham. The Old Detroit Edison building, which dates back to 1932, is the location of this beautiful restaurant. It’s worth looking for and finding it. Here you can look forward to delicious dishes such as pasta, seafood, steaks and other tasty American specialities.

 

But it’s not just the food that delights Merriell’s guests. Hour Detroit voted the restaurant the “Best Bar for Business Deals“ and the “Best Bartender” of 2016. So if you’re in the mood for a delicious cocktail, this is definitely the place to be. It’s best to go during happy hour, Monday to Friday from 3pm to 6pm, to get the best deals

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and gluten-free options available.

Speciality:

Upscale restaurant; American cuisine

Price:

Iconic cocktails: starting from £16.00 up to £17.00

220 Specialties: starting from £22.00 up to £58.00

Hours:

Mon-Wed: 11am-12am

Thursday: 11am-1am

Friday: 11am-1am

Saturday: 11am-2am

Sunday: 10:30am-12am

Location:

220 E Merrill St,

Birmingham, MI 48009

Contact:

Phone: (248) 646-2220

Webpage: https://experience220.com/

Tip #9: Sabai Sabai

Sabai Sabai Birmingham
Image credit: Sabai Sabai Birmingham

Sabai Sabai is the place to be if you are looking for a dining experience that gives you a true taste of Thailand. Besides an à la carte menu, the restaurant offers bottomless lunches and mezze lunches, as well as wines and delicious cocktails. Everything from Gwodeo noodles, Geng Thai curry, steaks, and birds to wok fried dishes are available. 

Sabai Sabai offers you the option of sharing a menu with your loved ones – perfect for those who can never decide on a single dish. There you will be able to choose from one of three different menus. For a fixed price, these menus offer a mixed platter and a choice of main courses. 

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options are available.

Speciality:

Experience promises you a true taste of Thailand

Price:

Geng-Thai Curries: £16.95
Menu to share: starting from £33.95 up to £54.95 per Person

Hours:

Sun – Thur: 12pm-3pm & 5pm-11pm
Fri & Sat: 12pm-12am

Location:

7 Waterloo St.,

Birmingham B2 5PG

Contact:

Phone:  0121 448 3850

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.sabaisabai.com/

Tip #10: Comptoir Libanais

Comptoir Libanais Birmingham
Image credit: Brian Drinkwater, Google My business – Comptoir Libanais

Comptoir Libanais, located in Birmingham’s Grand Central is number ten on our list of the best restaurants in Birmingham. The interior is vibrant and colourful. It literally shines and offers a welcoming atmosphere. It’s not just the atmosphere that makes this one of the best restaurants in this city. Comptoir Libanais is also well known for its wide range of delicious Lebanese specialities such as falafel, halloumi and flatbreads.

Tony Kitous, founder of Comptoir Libanais, has a passion not only for Lebanese food, but also for sharing these delicious flavours with the world. Many of the dishes on the menu were taught to him by his mother when he was young. His dream is to see people fall in love with Middle Eastern flavours and hospitality, while watching Middle Eastern food become as popular as Italian. We believe that with the opening of this restaurant, he is definitely one step closer to achieving his dreams.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal options are available.

Speciality:

Welcoming spot with lebanese kitchen

Price:

Large Plates: starting from £12.45 up to £21

Mezze Platter: £13.95 per person

Hours:

Every day: 11am – 11.30pm

Location:

Unit 29 Grand Central

Stephenson Place

Birmingham B2 4BF

Contact:

Phone: 0121 667 3160

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.comptoirlibanais.com/

Tip #11:Vietnamese Street Kitchen

Vietnamese Street Kitchen Birmingham
Image credit: Vietnamese Street Kitchen Birmingham

If you’ve ever wanted to enjoy a dining experience under lanterns, family-operated Vietnamese Street Kitchen Resorts World is the place for you. There is something for everyone as they offer a main menu, a vegan menu, a halal menu, and a gluten-free menu.

A special feature of the restaurant is that it contains 4 generations of family recipes. Guests can look forward to delicious, authentic Vietnamese dishes. For example, they offer big bowls which can be ordered with a number of different toppings. If you fancy a street snack or two, you can find them here too. And of course, if you just want to have a drink, you are more than welcome to visit the Vietnamese Street Kitchen. So if you’re visiting Birmingham, this is definitely a place to stop.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and halal food options are available.

Speciality:

Vietnamese food and cocktails

Price:

Big Bowls: £13.95

Street snacks: starting from £5.75 up to £9.50

Hours:

Daily from 12pm – 10 pm

Location:

St Martins Square, Bullring
Birmingham B40 1PU

Contact:

Phone:  0121 781 0188

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.vietnamesestreetkitchen.com

Tip #12: Flight Club Birmingham

Flight Club Birmingham
Image credit: Flight Club Birmingham

It’s not just a place to eat – it’s so much more! Flight Club Birmingham is a place where you can enjoy time with friends over a meal at the bar. Or have a drink while playing a multiplayer game. The lights dancing to the music and the stained glass windows give the place a cosy atmosphere that literally puts you in a good mood.

Make sure you try the sourdough pizzas and sharing platters when you visit the Flight Club – they are awesome. For drinks, we recommend Flight Club classics and cocktails. If you are travelling with a larger group, you can also take advantage of the package deal. You can choose from standard, vegan and gluten-free menus.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options are available.

Speciality:

Multiplayer games and food packages

Price:

Sourdough pizza paddles: starting from £14.95 up to £17.95

Packages (groups 10+): starting from £35 per person up to £55 per person

Hours:

Mon – Wed: 12pm – 12am

Thu: 12pm – 12.30am

Fri: 11:30am – 12.30am

Sat: 11am – 12.30am

Sun: 11am – 10.30pm

Location:

13 Temple Street,

Birmingham B2 5BN

Contact:

Webpage: https://flightclubdarts.com/

No phone at the restaurant, Reservations online or via E-Mail

Our selection of restaurants is based, among other things, on the editorial team’s individual preferences and on reviews on the internet. Please contact the respective provider directly for information on reservations and prices. The pictures come from the restaurants listed. All Information is provided without guarantee!

Layla Eckmann
Layla Eckmann

As a marketing specialist, Layla is very knowledgeable about the Le Petit Chef dinner show. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact her.

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