The Garrick Inn was built in 1594. It acquired its current name from the Shakespearean actor David Garrick in 1769. Today, the Inn boasts a delightful 50-seat restaurant. Old wooden beams surround you, and the only modern touches here are those that add to the comfort of its guests. There are two small bars, one for non-smokers and the other for smokers. The menu offers great quality and excellent choices.
Although many balti restaurants lay claim to be the first of their kind to be established in Birmingham, this has perhaps the most right to do so. The usual balti fare abounds, but the chicken balti jalfrezi is especially good—hot and succulent. You might be best advised to leave the green chili bhajis alone though, unless you're a professional fire-eater. Customer parking is a handy addition in an area teeming with similar establishments. Expect to pay for a filling two-course meal, one that should certainly be of superior quality.
Lambs, set on two floors of a historic 16th-century building, is simple in style with a warm, inviting atmosphere. It aims to give good value for money with a choice to suit everyone. There is also a wide choice of starters, salads, light meals, main dishes, imaginative options and desserts. The wine list includes a choice of wine by the glass as well as champagnes.
Edward Moon, the pub, was refurbished and reopened as a bright, spacious restaurant. Edward Moon, the man, was a traveling chef who worked in the British colonial service in the 1900s. Employed by ambassadors and governors around the world, he became famous for his capability of creating a culinary "Little England" wherever he went. Today, his inspiration lives on with a mixture of fine wine, good English food and friendly service.
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.
Located in the green, upscale neighborhood of Edgbaston, this uber-chic eatery stands proud. The ingredients and produce used in all preparations here are of the finest quality. Dig into a variety of contemporary dishes, and some of the finest wines to compliment them. In an ambiance that spells magic and calm, your meal will only taste better. If this isn't enough, the waitstaff move about the eatery with trolleys, handing out chocolate lollipops as you eat!
This popular and cheerful café promises to serve you with good food as fast as they can. There is an amiable feel to the place with a simple décor of painted white bricks and beamed ceilings. There is loads of room to spread out with the daily papers provided gratis during your short wait Home made soups, quiche, lasagne as well as veggie choices and fresh herbs are the order of the day with tempting desserts such as pecan pie and passion cake to follow. The Deli Cafe is especially popular for its great breakfast menu, and also has a good selection of vegetarian options.
This restaurant is a fine example of the renowned Pizza Express chain that offers great food and great value in a stylish, Italian setting. Besides pizzas cooked before your eyes, you can choose from salads, pasta, cannelloni and other tasty dishes such as melanzani parmiglana. Make sure that you also choose one of the chef's special desserts, such as tiramisu or pear tart, whilst you are here. Note that party bookings are welcomed, as are takeaway orders.