Café Rouge offers visitors a taste of what is authentically French - the chefs and even the waiters tend to be French. Both pre- and post-theater meals can be ordered at Café Rouge, as well as snacks, drinks and full à la carte meals throughout the day. Vegetarian options are also included on the menu. Ask about booking the cafe for private functions, as well.
Dating back to 1596, this old-fashioned English pub and restaurant was originally a hostelry. It's an interesting building with a large choice of drinking and eating areas, and old flagstone floors and large settles create a comfortingly historic atmosphere. Now owned by Scottish & Newcastle, it concentrates on serving a select choice of traditional meals. The Sunday carvery offers a limited choice so that quality is not compromised and fast service is guaranteed. There are fresh daily specials and a wide choice of bar snacks. Family meals are served until 8:00p.
The owners of Bodega Cantina Y Bar have traveled widely all over Central and South America to compile a menu that blends the best of cuisines from Cuba, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Brazil and Mexico. They have proved that a gourmet experience needn't always be serious and succeeded in creating an atmosphere that is fresh, fun and light-hearted. The dining room walls are adorned in a range of bright colors and festive occasions see the downstairs Sugarloaf bar decked up and ready for dancing sessions. Every Friday, DJs and bands play groovy hip hop, funk and soul hits while guests tap their feet. Add to this mix colorful cocktails and dance classes and you have a recipe for undiluted enjoyment at this South American food and beverage haven.
Experience Indian hospitality and rich flavors at Hall Green’s Raja Monkey. Serving culinary treats from across the country, the menu is dominated by Indian street foods. With a variety of delectable Indian cuisines, the eatery has a traditional rustic décor. Indulge in special thalis or platters, each having diverse dishes, from curries and dal to breads like naan. You can savor a hearty meal at pocket friendly rates at this cozy eatery.
Nestled right in the heart of the city, Dishoom is renowned for serving a wide range of traditional Indian dishes. The interior of this eatery reflects the vibe of a 20th-century marketplace in a city. It is in such a vibrant place that one gets to savor signature Indian recipes.
Want to hang out with buddies and drink coffee together? Head over to one of the coolest cafes in Birmingham – Centenary Lounge. Thanks to their speedy WiFi connection, you can take memorable snapshots of fun moments with friends and instantly post it on your social media accounts. This quirky cafe has a casual and relaxed vibe attached to it along with comfy seating. Start the day here by having a sumptuous breakfast, truly fit for the kings! Along with sandwiches, snacks, cakes and pastries, sip piping hot beverages or ask for an alcoholic drink. The rates are reasonable so if you're looking forward to having meaningful conversation with someone along with delicious light bites and drinks, this is the place to be!
The Karczma serves authentic Polish and Eastern European cuisine in a traditional Polish dining environment. Located in the historic Polish Millennium House, this restaurant is decorated in the style of a traditional Polish country cottage. The ambiance is warm and welcoming, service prompt making your dining experience here pleasant. Polish classics such as Berszcz, Zurek and Pierogi are featured on the menu. Chef's specials include Duck Filet covered in red wine and Polish trough.
Original Patty Men at Digbeth is a quick service restaurant that serves mouth watering and delicious burgers. While the menu is limited, the dishes off that menu come with impeccable quality, taste and freshness. The bar serves fresh craft beer along with canned ones as well. They also have a decent list of white and red wines, along with assorted spirits and soft drinks. For juicy hamburgers and fresh, chilled beers, the Original Patty Men is not to be missed.
Housed in a historic structure is the Stirlings Bar, a local bar, and pub. You can tease your belly with delicious dishes listed on the three-course menu, the burger menu or the Sunday Roast. Complement your meals with drinks like beer or creative cocktails. The wood-furnished interiors ass a rustic appeal to the place. They offer rental spaces for private events.