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Tom's Kitchen - BirminghamTom's Kitchen - Birmingham
68 reviews
££££
Contemporary British | Birmingham, Birmingham

Nice place for brunch, although the location lacked ambiance as there wasn't much footfall in the shopping centre. I imagine once the centre has more retail outlets leading to more casual footfall, the restaurant will benefit from more of an atmosphere. That being said its a nice relaxing place to stop after serious shopping More

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Asha's RestaurantAsha's Restaurant
1536 reviews
££££
Indian | Birmingham, Birmingham

We use Asha's regulaly for a reason, which is simply great food, service and ambience. We often, as this time go on a Sunday early evening and its a perfect way to round off the weekend. The service is great as we always want to enjoy our meal leisurely and they will alwyas waitt o cook our mains until we are ready post our starters. Fabulous and we will be there again soon. More

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Giraffe - Grand CentralGiraffe - Grand Central
30 reviews
££££
Fusion / Eclectic | Birmingham, Birmingham

The staff really friendly.food great onion rings are one of the nice ones we had ...we be going back:-) More

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Three Church Road at St George's PlaceThree Church Road at St George's Place
7 reviews
££££
Contemporary British | Edgbaston, Edgbaston

Beautiful setting for afternoon tea More

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Food was amazing and great value. A good selection of dishes to suit everyone. The only think I would mention as a negative is the lady behind the bar was throwing empty glass bottles into the glass bin every few minutes which made you jump and feel a little on edge whilst eating. Our waitress was professional, helpful and friendly. A great evening. More

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Carters of Moseley1. Carters of Moseley
352 reviews
££££
British | Birmingham, Birmingham

Staff was very kind, professional and knowledgeable. I have to say that I am not impressed with the overall experience perhaps I was expecting something more. The food was great, don’t get me wrong, but for me it was missing a sparkle, the uniqueness as a whole and some dishes could have more depth and excitement. Snacks, liver cereal, OMG what a start, then then Herring what a dropdown. Oyster was also disappointing as the beef overpowered the oyster and could not taste the connection between the herring and the oyster, if there was any. Kohlrabi was interesting but somehow unrelated to the rest of the dishes. Main Country Bread with onion salted butter was simply divine. Mackerel Yuzu this is to die for. Clams very difficult to see the point of this. Coming after the yuzu there is not much to give. Gigha Halibut there was some connection with the clams but to the extent I would like. Perhaps more smoked flavour to prepare you for the Ryeland. Ryeland for me it was missing a balance with the dumbing and mint, too strong taste compared with the delegate nature of the dishes before. Ryeland & Seaweed, some connections between the two ryeland dishes and fishes but not enough. Potato, prefer this dish between the Ryeland dishes. Honey overcome the truffle, I believe. Ice Cream, this was OK, nothing to exciting about it. Pudding, great finish. It brings back the yuzu, buttermilk and sweetness of other dishes. Over all it was great but could have been much better. I would definitely prefer the snacks in-between the dishes and not everything at the start and also the bread as a snack and perhaps to appear more than once with different butters. It is unique and different from your everyday dinner, worth visiting. More

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Gaijin Sushi2. Gaijin Sushi
138 reviews
££££
Sushi | Birmingham, Birmingham

Amazing sushi in a really relaxed atmosphere. Staff were friendly, welcoming and very knowledgeable More

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Viceroy3. Viceroy
155 reviews
££££
Indian | Birmingham, Birmingham

You won’t find a better Indian restaurant, food and service were superb More

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Anderson's Bar & Grill4. Anderson's Bar & Grill
1264 reviews
££££
English | Birmingham, Birmingham

After being a customer at Anderson's Bar and Grill on 5 previous occasions, I had high expectations on my 6th visit for me and my partners 1st anniversary and we were certainly not disappointed! I had arranged for Prosecco to be on ice on our arrival and our waitress brought it over as soon as she had sat us down at our table. The attention to detail reading out the monthly specials/Steaks menus was second-to-none just like it had been on every other occasion. The 30oz Portherhouse steak (which i order everytime) was cooked 'Rare' to absolute perfection as always and the side orders of Home-cooked chips, new potatoes and green beans with garlic were also cooked to perfection! As a special surprise after the main course, we were given a 'Happy Anniversary' aperitif of pieces of Ginger cake with real vanilla cream and raspberry coulis which was a beautiful touch even by Anderson's standards. Overall, Anderson's is one of the best restaurants not just in Birmingham but in the whole of the UK and i will be back to visit again in the not so distant future! More

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Buonissimo Restaurant5. Buonissimo Restaurant
605 reviews
££££
Italian | Birmingham, Birmingham

Once again a great 2 course meal for 4 where all were very happy with their meals. Very friendly staff who also served a birthday cake we brought with us at the end of the meal. Highly recommended More

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Afternoon Tea at Coach HouseAfternoon Tea at Coach House
££££
Afternoon Tea | Birmingham, Birmingham

The Coach House Moseley, is set back off St Mary’s Row behind large green coach gates, and has something different and unique and definitely on trend to offer in the heart of fashionable, Moseley village.

This listed building is a hidden gem. An 18th century coach house which has been renovated to the highest of standards. A delightful place with touches of chic modernistic and rustic charm all rolled into one.

This amazing building now houses a Cafe Bar, serving Afternoon Teas, a Cocktail Bar, the famous Deolali Restaurant, plus a unique and incredible array of Specialised Premium Spirits available for Off Sales.
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Deolali at Coach HouseDeolali at Coach House
££££
Indian | Birmingham, Birmingham

Situated in Moseley Village, Deolali offers an Indian twist on some of Britain’s best-loved dishes, teamed with traditional curry house favourites. All served up in a relaxing converted coach house, where you can enjoy dinner and drinks. Welcoming everyone from loyal locals to famous faces, our doors are now open so book your table today!More

Esabella'sEsabella's
££££
Contemporary British | Solihull, Solihull

Welcome to Esabella's Social Eating House. This new and exclusive restaurant and bar brings high end food into a new dining experience. The cutting edge bar will serve luxury champagne, wine, cocktails and beers in an exciting environment. More

Maharaja Restaurant BirminghamMaharaja Restaurant Birmingham
££££
Indian | Birmingham, Birmingham

Maharaja is an Indian restaurant with a difference. We retain the traditional flavours that are so deeply revered, accentuating them with the highest quality ingredients. Each dish contains numerous spice combinations that truly reflect the depth of Indian cuisine. Moreover, the side dishes and condiments - chutneys, curries, daals, and Indian pickles - contribute to the overall flavour and textural contrast of the meal.

Maharaja welcomes you to an evening of grace, refinement and congeniality with a treat for your palate. The soft lighting and mellow music provide an intimate and relaxed setting. A cozy dining space despite being in the busy heart of England's second city, you can gaze out along Hurst Street through the ground-floor picture windows.More