Dining in Birmingham

Birmingham, a major city in West Midlands, England. It boasts the largest population of any British city outside London. Birmingham is often referred to as “the first manufacturing town in the world” and is a leader in science, technology and economic development.

Birmingham boasts six universities making it the largest center for tertiary education in the country. Birmingham is the hive of major cultural venues like the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Ballet, Library of Birmingham and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. And these are internationally renowned.

Birmingham enjoy many fine restaurants that cater for quick meals or real fine dining. One of the finest in Birmingham is Carters of Moseley on St. Mary’s Row. The restaurant had the honor of winning the Good Food Guide 2015 Readers Restaurant of the Year and has recently been bestowed a first Michelin Star. Top class, delicious food in what you can expect when dining here. This truly is a fine dining experience.

For the “Veggies: there is Bistro 1847 at Great Western Arcade. A strictly vegetarian restaurant. The food is stunning from start to finish. Flavor is definitely not lacking. Meals are gorgeously presented adding to the mouth watering value. You don’t have to mortgage your house for a meal here.

Opus on Cornwall Street is also a fine dining establishment. They use top quality ingredients but use simple presentation to serve.

Manchester Seafood on Wrottesley Street, Chinatown. Seafood at it’s best. Live shellfish and fish adorn tanks on the path to the dining room. Fresh, fresh, fresh is what you are served here. Gorgeous cuisine.

Whatever your taste, your budget or the occasion you are certainly bound to find a venue that suits you. Besides the many restaurants spread around Birmingham there are also a huge number of side walk cafes, pubs and vendors who also serve up delicious meals for those that don’t want to eat in a restaurant as such and enjoy the more casual eating experience. Many of the restaurants cater for children and are family style restaurants.

You don’t always want to leave the bambinos at home but on the odd occasion it is date night, there are restaurants that certainly cater for that as well. Birmingham truly does cater for any taste, preferences and budgets. Explore and find something that tickles your taste buds.