The Top 10 Indian Restaurants In Birmingham, England
While Birmingham may be known both locally and globally as the inventors of the balti, there’s so much more to the city’s rich Indian food scene than just that. Read on to discover, in no particular order, 10 of the top Indian restaurants in Birmingham, famed for their diverse takes on the classic curry and its accompaniments.
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The Lasan Group is famous in these parts. When it’s not serving up the best Argentinian food in Brum at Fiesta Del Asado, it’s providing everyone with arguably the best Indian food in the city. The award-winning Lasan restaurant in the Jewellery Quarter won Gordon Ramsay’s ‘The F Word’ programme back in 2010. This is Indian fine dining at the top of its game.
If it’s not Lasan with the best Indian offering in the city, then it’s definitely Jilabi. This Sheldon eatery sees people travel from all over the country to taste its authentic, home-cooked food, with its Super Sunday Buffet a personal favourite.
Traditional Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine is on offer at Viceroy Tandoori, a popular restaurant with Jewellery Quarter locals. The bright, spacious layout of Viceroy perfectly complements its welcoming atmosphere, and, of course, fantastic food.
Another of the city’s top Indian restaurants is Pushkar, an eatery specialising in regional Indian dishes. Specialising in Punjabi and North Indian cuisine, Pushkar also doubles up as a stylish and creative cocktail bar.
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Asha’s is headed up by famous Punjabi actress Asha Bhosle and is one of Birmingham’s most sophisticated Indian restaurants. Situated on the stylish Newhall Street, Asha’s is just a short walk from the city’s business district and its contemporary Indian dishes are perfect for lunch or dinner.
Situated in Selly Park, Royal Watan Kashmiri has rave reviews online and offers one of the biggest family naan breads we’ve ever seen. If you’re after a no-nonsense Indian meal with fantastic customer service, this is the place for you.
Tipu Sultan offers majestic dining and grand stature aplenty. Armed with fine Indian cuisine downstairs, and space for banquets, parties, meetings and more upstairs, this all-rounder of a restaurant should be near the top of your wishlist the next time you’re dining in Brum.
Situated in the south Birmingham suburb of Northfield is Omar Khayam, one of the best Indian restaurants in the area. Known for its brilliant service, delicious food and value for money, Omar Khayam offers generous portions and an authentic dining experience.
There’s more than meets the eye with this popular Jewellery Quarter pub. Behind its generous cask ale offering, Hen and Chickens prides itself on its curry and grill, which is highly recommended by everyone who passes through the restaurant’s doors. Its sizzling mixed grill and traditional curries are enough to make anyone come back for more.
Indian street food and craft beer enthusiasts: Indian Brewery is nestled beneath the railway arches near Snow Hill train station. The rustic interior of the restaurant channels the industrial strength of Birmingham as a city, and its food is just as strong, too. This walk-in restaurant also sells its own brewed craft beer, Birmingham Lager, on tap.