Birmingham is blessed with restaurants and is often referred to as a foodie paradise, with many of the best in the city as central as you can get. Whether you’re in a hurry or have some time to kill before your train, these restaurants are all within five minutes walking distance of New Street Station.
Loved across the country for its welcoming atmosphere, Carribbean cuisine and of course, its 2 for 1 cocktails, Turtle Bay is one of our top choices near New Street Station. With anything from jerk chicken to veggie platters and curry goat to their wonderful wraps on offer, pretty much everyone is catered for here.
Now this is a restaurant like no other. The team at The Wilderness aim to delight and surprise customers with a culinary experience based on the best food from our very own British Isles. This is not just any old boring pie and mash, though. The Wilderness takes diners on an immersive journey through food re-imagined in its most basic form – nature. You must see it to believe it.
One of the newest openings in the city, Tamatanga is a colourful restaurant offering homely takes on Indian favourites. They’re even open for breakfast. All that’s left for you to do is round up the gang and head on down to the vibrant eatery.
Expect fine dining aplenty at Adam’s. This chic, city centre culinary delight serves contemporary British dishes to the finest standard – and its Michelin star proves our point! Whether you’re after a three-course meal or a nine-course wine and taster menu, Adam’s should be at the top of your fine dining list in Brum.
Birmingham has a knack of sprucing up some of the best Indian food there is to offer, and this new eatery is bucking the trend. Whether you’re after a full-on feast, a quick snack or lunch to go, The Indian Streatery bridges the gap between the three.
Popular with footballers and VIPs alike, San Carlo is a popular Italian restaurant on Temple Street, about a five-minute walk from New Street Station. San Carlo is critically acclaimed thanks to its extensive menu with more than 140 options and its nationally renowned service.
Conveniently located near Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Nosh & Quaff is famed for its lobster. It’s not just all about the red crustacean though, as they’re also pretty good at burgers, steaks and ribs. Get there. Now.
This café is so close to New Street Station that a stone’s throw is too long. Situated next to New Street’s Metro stop, Grand Central Kitchen offers some of the best lunch to go in the city and thankfully, you don’t have to spare too much time to get it either.