The Botanist, Birmingham
The Botanist is located on Temple Street, close to New Street Station is renowned for its botanical themed cocktails and food inspired by the deli, BBQ and rotisserie.
The Botanist’s cocktails have fast become the talk of the town with award-winning mixes of fresh herbs, fruits and spirits. A favourite amongst guests is The Botanist’s signature cocktail by the same name, which comprises a delicious mix of Green Mark Vodka, Havana 3 Rum, jasmine syrup, elderflower liqueur, red amaranth, lime juice and fresh mint leaves.
For anyone who would like try their hand at making their own cocktail, The Botanist hosts cocktail masterclasses with its expert mixologists from only £25 per person – perfect for groups of friends and team building events. There is also a wide selection of craft beers and ales available at the bar, including The Botanist’s unique ale cocktails. Ale aficionados can brush up on their knowledge at an Ale Tasting Masterclass hosted by The Botanist’s very own beer guru from just £15 per person.
The menu boasts a delicious section of pub classics alongside deli boards and The Botanist’s famous hanging kebabs served with ‘properly seasoned’ fries of course!
2 Course Christmas Dining
2 courses from our Christmas Dining Menu with a bottle of beer, glass of prosecco or soft drink for £27.50.
Monday 12:00 – 17:00
Tuesday 12:00 – 17:00
Wednesday 12:00 – 17:00
Thursday 12:00 – 17:00
3 Course Christmas Dining
3 courses from our Christmas Dining Menu with a bottle of beer, glass of prosecco or soft drink for £32.50
Monday 12:00 – 22:00
Tuesday 12:00 – 22:00
Wednesday 12:00 – 22:00
Thursday 12:00 – 22:00
Friday 12:00 – 22:00
Saturday 12:00 – 22:00
Sunday 12:00 – 22:00
- Cocktail Bar , Lounge Bar , Restaurant Bar
- After work drinks , Date night , Something a little different
- Birmingham City Centre
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
The Botanist, Birmingham, Cheltenham House, 14-16 Temple Street, B2 5BG
Birmingham City Centre
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The 18th century, a time of global exploration, where world travellers discovered vast collections of unique and exotic species of plants and flowers from all corners of the globe. Such novelties aroused interests, amount-well-to-do-middle-class-citizens and Birminghams society founded in 1829. Legend has it, rare-collections were housed in a undisclosed part of the city, a secret garden, or even a plant room, remaining forgotten…. until now. Our beautiful Botanic dining room can hold up to 100 guests and 44 for a exclusive sit down meal, with your own personal server, dining has never been more united.