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Cheap & Tasty: 5 Most Worthy Restaurants Of Birmingham

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Where to eat in Birmingham? In Birmingham, you’ll find a plenty of farmers’ markets abounding in a large assortment of products, cozy cafes as well as restaurants awarded with Michelin stars.

The gastronomic feature of Birmingham is ‘balti’ – a magnificent and surprisingly cheap stew, cooked and served in bowls with a convex bottom. The largest number of establishments offering this unique dish is in Birmingham Chinatown, where many restaurants of local cuisine are concentrated. However, there are many other spots to enjoy local delicacies in Birmingham…

The Canal House

The Canal House reopened its doors for visitors after reconstruction. Nowadays the pub occupies two floors. Also, there is an open veranda overlooking Birmingham canal, and a room for private parties and dinners. Every evening you can listen to live music there.

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In the menu you will find a variety of snacks, salads, roasts, desserts, special children’s dishes, as well as a large selection of beer, wine, and cocktails prepared according to the recipes of the XIX century.

The pub offers master classes in the preparation of cocktails, as well as wine and gin tasting.

Address: 12 Bridge St, Birmingham

Working Hours: Sunday-Wednesday 12pm-12am, Thursday 12pm-1am, Friday and Saturday 12pm-2am

Cereal Killer Café

Located in the Bullring Shopping Center, the café specializes in breakfast cereals. From morning till night, you can have a breakfast, lunch and dinner with chocolate rings, corn flakes and rice balls.

Cereal Killer Café

The menu includes breakfast cereals from around the world: from the USA, Australia, France, Britain, Spain, Israel and Africa. In total, Cereal Killer Café provides about 120 types of breakfast cereals. For each plate of breakfast you get milk absolutely for free. But if you want something unusual – try milk with a taste of caramel or banana, strawberries, peanut butter or pumpkin.

In addition to breakfast cereals, the cafe sells hot and cold drinks, milkshakes, as well as the common toasts with jam.

Address: Unit L1, Bullring Link Street, OFF UPPER MALL WEST, Bullring

Working Hours: Monday-Saturday 8am-8pm, Sunday 10am-5pm

Slug & Lettuce

This is a great bar in the heart of Birmingham, located on Brindley Place! Slug & Lettuce offers a huge selection of alcoholic cocktails, a great selection of wine, beer, delicious snacks and main dishes. There is a very pleasant atmosphere. On Fridays, the bar is always noisy and fun – local office workers ‘celebrate’ the end of the week.

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On Mondays, there is a 50% discount. In the menu you will find salads, sandwiches, seafood, meat, fish, and chicken. It’s recommended to try delicious snacks: ‘For friends’, ‘Asian Snack’ and ‘Nachos’.

On weekends there is a special offer for children – £1 for lunch, but in case adults order dishes from the main menu. The cafe is decorated with a sense of humor: in addition to the usual tables and chairs, you are offered to be accommodated on real beds.

Address: Brindley Place, Water’s Edge, Birmingham

Working Hours: Sunday-Thursday 9am-11pm, Friday-Saturday 9am-2am

The Fiddle and Bone

The Fiddle & Bone is situated on the Birmingham canal, not far from the Barclay Arena. You can get there both from the channel side and from the street. In warm weather, it’s better to sit on the open terrace, where you can enjoy a stunning view of the canal. Fiddle & Bone is an excellent place for a family dinner – they serve traditional ‘Sunday roast’, as well as children’s menu just for £5.95.

The Fiddle & Bone, Sheepcote St, Birmingham

Also, there’re delicious hamburgers, sandwiches, a large selection of beers, wines and other drinks. In addition, Fiddle & Bone provides tapas-menu, so you can try Spanish snacks and, of course, sangria!

Address: 4 Sheepcote St, Birmingham

Working Hours: Sunday-Thursday 12pm-11pm, Friday-Saturday 12pm-12am

The Rice Co

The Rice Co is hidden from the eyes of tourists and passers. It’s situated on a quiet street, near the Crescent Theater. Of course, you should definitely visit this establishment at least because of the delicious milkshakes served there.

In the menu of the Rice Co you’ll find snacks, hamburgers, Asian dishes and desserts. There is also a separate breakfast menu, a children’s menu (main course + drink £ 5.50), and a great wine list.

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The interior of the cafe is laconic and modern, with an open veranda, where you can spend your time in warm weather. The only drawback of the veranda is the lack of a good view, because it’s located in the courtyard of the restaurant and overlooks the windows of the neighboring building.

Address: 57 Grosvenor St W, Birmingham

Working Hours: Sunday-Thursday 9am-11pm, Friday-Saturday 9am-2am

Birmingham’s cafes and restaurants are very diverse. Although, there are only a few really worthwhile places to eat tasty food at cheap rates, and these spots are presented in this list. So, you can use Birmingham car rental to find them without any problems and enjoy local delicacies wherever you are.

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