Where to eat and drink

Birmingham city centre features menu options and drink selections from around the world.

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Dining Quarter

Our booming dining quarter which covers New Street, Temple Street, Temple Row, Bennetts Hill and Waterloo Street offers something for everyone’s tastes and budgets. From Cuban inspired food at Revolucion de Cuba to Mexican street food at Bodega to British classics from The Ivy. You are simply spoilt for choice with the city’s food offering. John Bright Street is another hub for hospitality with the likes of Turtle Bay, Brew Dog, The Stable and independent eateries, Bonehead and Cherry Red’s.

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Bullring may be known as world-class shopping destination but there’s also plenty of eating options available in and around the centre. If you’re looking for quality family time together around the table, there’s Handmade Burger Co, Jamie’s Italian, Pizza Hut or Bill’s who all have menus for the little ones.



Head into Selfridges and indulge yourself in their imfamous food hall with popular eateries such as Ed’s Easy Diner, San Carlo Fumo, YO! Sushi and Rolo Wala to tempt you for dinner. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’re in for a treat with Kripsy Kreme Doughnuts, Lola’s Cupcakes and San Carlo Gran Café.



Just a short walk through Bullring Link Street, Grand Central is home to a wide array of food outlets from Nando’s, Tasty Plaice, Mowgli, Comptoir Libanais, Holy Moly Macaroni and many more. Whether you’re looking for a sit-down meal or something to grab and go, this restaurant and retail haven has it all.

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If you fancy a touch of luxury, The Mailbox is your destination. Why not dine at Michelin Star Tom Atkin’s restaurant, Tom’s Kitchen for some classic British food then finish off the evening with some Instagram-worthy cocktails at Aluna. There is also Zizzi’s, Gourmet Burger Kitchen, Nandos, Miller & Carter and many more to satisfy your hunger.