13 Birmingham restaurants & neighbourhood gems locals love, according to OpenTable
Birmingham is well known for its brilliant range of varied restaurants inspired by many cultures.
England’s heartland metropolis is rich with restaurants that reflect its kaleidoscopic soul.
Whether you want pub food or fine dining - there are many amazing restaurants in and around the city that are ready to meet your desires.
And, locals aren’t the only ones who want to try out the dining scene. Some of these restaurants, pubs, and cafes have been applauded by famous food critics from across the country. But with so many options, it’s not always easy where to choose to eat.
OpenTable have selected 13 of Birmingham’s best restaurants that locals love in their new Restaurant Impact Report. The study heaps high praise on our city’s dining scene saying: “Birmingham’s super diverse composition means a buzzing dining scene that bursts with world-class spots. To wit, England’s second-largest city was singled out as Britain’s “most exciting food destination” in the Good Food Guide 2022, and Brummies take great pride in their cosmopolitan neighbourhood faithfuls.
“A trendy tapas joint in Digbeth draws locals for its paprika-dusted margaritas and al fresco backdrop. A bougainvillaea-clad taverna on the Southside shuttles area residents to Greece. Peruvian flavours shine bright at a lively bank-turned-restaurant in Moseley.
“England’s heartland metropolis is rich with restaurants that reflect its kaleidoscopic soul. Read on for 13 neighbourhood gems in Birmingham to book now.”
OpenTable writer Shekha Vyas has listed 13 of Birmingham’s best restaurants.
Read on for 13 neighbourhood gems in Birmingham to book now.
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