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Where To Eat in Birmingham?

As the UK’s second city, Birmingham has its fair share of eateries. From top notch michelin-star restaurants, to preppy cafes and good old-fashioned and traditional pubs, you can be sure to find something to suit every taste. Whether you live in the city, or are simply visiting, there are plenty of places to try, whatever the time of day.

Breakfast

JuJu’s

JuJu’s Cafe is a delightful canal-side spot beside Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, perfect for a morning visit. From a full English to a luxe eggs royale, the delicious breakfasts are served all day, with an abundance of great veggie options too. A good breakfast sets you up for a good day, so there’s no better reason to get your fill.

The High Field

It’s all about quality at The Highfield in Edgbaston. Voted 2015’s ‘Best Breakfast in Birmingham’ – they have something of a reputation to uphold. A great selection of favourites featuring sourdough bread, the finest meats and of course all the trimmings make them hard to beat when it comes to early eats.

Brunch

Yorks Bakery Cafe

This popular coffee spot knows how to draw in a crowd. Its varied menu offers all sorts from Arabian buttered eggs to ‘clean eats’ sharing boards – perfect for a sociable brunch date with friends.

1565 Restaurant, Bar & Terrace

The freshest ingredients, finest combinations, and wonderful ambience  to top it all off. The 1565 restaurant at Park Regis hotel in Birmingham is a great place to ease yourself into the day, with an extended brunch menu ranging from cooked classics to super sweet pancakes.

Lunch

Lasan

Hailed as Gordon Ramsey’s best Indian restaurant, Lasan is a treat for the senses. With its contemporary decor and unrivalled reputation, it’s a great place for a working lunch and for an idyllic escape from the busy daytime routine.

Dinner

Rofuto

Way up in the clouds, on the top floor of Birmingham’s Park Regis Hotel is the delightful Rofuto. The izakaya style service gives your dining experience a relaxed feel, but takes nothing away from the spectacular food on offer. To top it off, right next door you can wind down enjoy some refreshing cocktails at the Skyline bar.

If there’s one thing for sure when visiting Birmingham, it’s that you won’t go hungry. Enjoy!

For more ideas and tips on what to do whilst in Birmingham view our Birmingham City Guide.

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