Best for Lunch in Birmingham
We all know the feeling don't we, that post breakfast stomach growl. Sounds like you need a dapper little lunch spot in Birmingham to satisfy those cravings. From bars that serve a hearty range of French bistro treats to British pubs in Birmingham that are primed for burgers and chips, there are plenty of places to keep the lunchtime hunger monster at bay. Check out our recommendations for some of the best places for lunch in Birmingham.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Are you ready for a pub in Birmingham that is more than happy to challenge the status quo? Then make your way to the Jewellery Quarter for a visit to The Church Inn. Owned by Soul Food Project curator Carl Finn, this dapper little pub will surprise you with their take on some great British dishes.
Boasting some of the most pocket friendly dishes in the city, we'd be silly not to introduce you to a cosy boozer like the Brasshouse. Whilst known for its bustling party atmosphere come sundown, guests can indulge in affordable fare one the clock strikes lunchtime as the Brasshouse serves a slap up and reasonable priced selection of meals including their selection of sandwiches at just £5.45 to their pulled pork beer burger for just a mere £8.45.
If you fancied nabbing a little spot by the canal for lunch in Birmingham today then you could do no wrong than a jaunt to Ju Ju's Cafe just by the way of Birmingham's iconic Brindleyplace. Serving up a whole host of British classics and bottles of grapey goodness, there's even a spot on their patio tables if the sun just so happens to show his face.
Looking for somewhere a little more special this lunchtime? Why not try Piccolino in Birmingham's scenic Brindleyplace. From their slick and simple decor to their slick and simple menu's, Piccolino served an almighty selection of hearty Italian grub that make any lunch time in Birmingham a taste away from home.
A popular venue for Jewellery Quarter residents and Birmingham lunchers alike, The Rose Villa Tavern serve up a whole host of great pub grub irresistible for those after traditional meals in a not so traditional pub in Birmingham. Quaint, kitsch and brimming with character, The Rose Villa Tavern not only looks good it tastes good too with burgers being their prize catch.
If you're finishing up the morning's work in Birmingham city centre or just happen to be popping in for lunch then why not try this exotic retreat. Solely serving the very best in South American grub and freshly made cocktails, Bodega in Birmingham city centre is a unique place to savour new and unique flavours.
If you happen to be in Harborne and spot The Plough, don't you dare thinking about jostling straight past. Head on in to this bar in Harborne for everything from snappy sandwiches and chunky italian dishes to all your favourite British dishes. So the sun's shining too? Then their beer garden is a quirky little sun trap for lunch away from the city centre.