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Arguably one of Birmingham’s best Italian restaurants, Ponte Di Legno is a gem in Moseley’s dining scene. Just a short walk from Moseley high street, this family-run restaurant offers a varied menu of fresh, authentic Mediterranean food with seafood their speciality. It’s also bring your own booze, which is win-win!
Indian street food is all the rage in Birmingham at the moment, but Zindiya can be proud to stake their claim as one of the city’s originators. This innovative restaurant combines an immersive Indian experience with a fun environment – think chai tea in vibrant teapots washing down the flavoursome food of Indian street markets, such as chaat and okra fries.
This intimate, homely restaurant is the best place for Thai cuisine in Birmingham – hands down. Sabai Sabai, who recently added a city centre branch to their Moseley and Harborne repertoire, have won award after award. And rightly so.
Another of Moseley’s finest restaurants is the wonderful La Fibule, one of – admittedly – a small number of North African restaurants in Birmingham. Thankfully, this puts La Fibule in good stead for those looking to sample some Moroccan cuisine, and this eatery is reminiscent of authentic Moroccan cafes.
If a good old-fashioned neighbourhood pub is what you’re after, The Fighting Cocks should be right up your street. With classic British pub grub, great beer and live sport all on offer in this historic 1800s building, you’ll probably spend a lot more time here than you think.
When a restaurant has hosted a number of famous names like Noel Gallagher and even Muhammad Ali, you know that it’s got to be good. Kababish is one of Moseley’s top curry houses and has been a mainstay in the city since 1983.
Renowned for their smokehouse BBQ, a visit to The Dark Horse should be on any meat-lover’s wishlist. Their briskets, ribs and chicken wings make this place worth visiting alone – but they also host live music and cater for parties and events.