Budget Dinner and Drinks in Birmingham

Your wallet is being something of a tight wad, but you don't want to cut back on a cracking meal in the city? Yyou don't ruddy have to! Some of Birmingham's most edible establishments happen to be some of the most pocket friendly, be you chowing into South American fare of a premium State style patty. Check out our recommendations for the best budget dinner and drinks in Birmingham; saving cash on the night, but certainly not sparing on the flavour!

The Fighting Cocks

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Budgeting is sometimes a bit of a tough deal, but you need not sacrifice on flavours. That's where a pub like The Fighting Cocks comes in as they refuse to sacrifice quality for a cracking price. With most dishes barely breaking the £10 mark, you'll be able to tuck into some truly premium pub fare without the guilt to follow. 

The Rose Villa Tavern

7 user reviews 4

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Ah, one of the Jewellery Quarter's finest gems. A real pearl in the pubbing oyster, The Rose Villa Tavern is a darling den of vintage interiors and quirky Victorian history. But how does their fare stand up? Boasting a menu of American inspired classics, from hot dogs to premium pulled pork patties, The Rose Villa Tavern have dressed their food offering up to the nines. Try their two dogs for £10 on Thursdays or their 2 burgers and 2 fries for £12.50 on Wednesdays.


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A sassy South American plot in the heart of the city, Bodega is a babe for those with exotic edible inclinations. From Columbia to Mexico, Bodega boast some of the best South America style street food in the city, with dishes barely making it over the £10 mark. Pair that with a delicious smattering of £4 cocktails on selected days and you're chortling your way to yum. 

The Plough

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A premium pub pad in the heart of Harborne, The Plough are known for their top notch vintage interiors and laid back charm. And by heck, they know how to keep your bank balance in fruition. Boasting a menu of British classics, pizza, brunch and beer to boot, The Plough are no stranger to a 2-4-1 deal when the delicious moment strikes.