Looking to get your Caribbean fix in Birmingham? We’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best restaurants in the city, from popular chain restaurant Turtle Bay through to some of the best independent, local eateries.
Despite being in a prime central location, Devon House is somewhat of a hidden gem within the city’s Jewellery Quarter district. Priding themselves on their authentic Jamaican food, diners can expect some of the best home-cooked food in Birmingham. Pass us the jerk chicken…
Proudly Birmingham’s highest rated Caribbean restaurant on TripAdvisor, a visit to 24 Carat Bistro comes with a lot of expectation. Thankfully, we can tell you the expectation is justified! What makes 24 Carat Bistro so great is their varied menu; whether you’re after jerk chicken or a hearty, local meal on a cold day, you’re guaranteed to find your hunger fix.
One of the most central restaurants in the city is Talk of the Town, a Caribbean eatery situated in Martineau Place. Ideal for a quick snack on the go or a work lunch, you can’t go wrong with a Jamaican dish from this place.
Having brought Caribbean food to the fore with their number of restaurants across the UK, Turtle Bay is a great choice, whatever the occasion. Whether you’re after some Caribbean inspired, 2-for-1 cocktails, a light Jamaican snack or a hearty hotpot, you’d be hard-pushed to find better central options than Turtle Bay.
Serving up some of the finest Caribbean food in the city centre, Aunt Sally’s is another hidden gem despite its location. This small, friendly eatery at the top end of Corporation Street is perfect for a quick work lunch or home delivery via Just Eat or Deliveroo.
Last but most definitely not least is Deep Experience Jamaican Grill & Bar, one of the city’s finest Caribbean restaurants. Deep Experiences caters for all; those looking to celebrate, enjoy a light bite or try their impressive all-you-can-eat buffet. Come hungry because you’ll want to eat it all, trust us.