From Fried Plantains To Jerk Chicken: Best Caribbean Restaurants In Birmingham

Bob Marley posters? Tropical cocktails? Authentic jerk chicken? You’ll get all that and then some with our roundup of the best Caribbean restaurants in Birmingham. Whether you’re heading inside for a quick chicken patty and a cocktail or settling in for a full dining experience, these venues ensure you’ll be coming back for more.

Reggae Brunch

While the Reggae Brunch might not be a restaurant, these guys host some of the best Caribbean bottomless brunches in Birmingham. Providing all the carnival vibes, these fun events typically showcase scrumptious fare, alongside endless rum punch for one glorious hour. If that wasn't enough, there's also a tonne of tunes including Afrobeats, soca and much more.

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From rooftop parties to bank holiday soirees, Reggae Brunch has it all.

Turtle Bay

Decked out with Bob Marley artwork and colourful walls, Turtle Bay has everything you need for a cracking meal. Think £32 boozy brunches, West Indian curries and scrumptious soul food.  If that wasn't enough, the venue offers happy hour every single day so you can slurp down 2-4-1 cocktails at a pocket-friendly price. One of the best Caribbean restaurants in Birmingham city centre? You betcha.

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Have a seat at the bar or settle in for a fantastic meal.


After the best Jamaican food in Birmingham? You’ll be in for a real treat over at Jamaya in Colmore Row and Solihull. When you walk into the vibrant venue, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Kick off your dinner with an island-inspired cocktail, followed by the ooey gooey Ja-Mac-n-Cheese. The real show-stopper though? The £29 bottomless brunch features a slew of Caribbean eats served across three beaut tiers.

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For a Caribbean restaurant in Solihull or Colmore Row? These guys are fab.

Deep Experience Jamaican Grill

Over at Deep Experience Jamaican Grill, you'll be drooling over the likes of fried plantains, Dutch pot oxtail and much more. And if you're looking to get your fill of Caribbean food in Birmingham, opt for an all-you-eat buffet on the weekend. Finish the evening off with desserts that go for £2.99 a pop. Now that’s a steal.

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Situated on Bristol Street, this one is perfect for spice lovers.

Devon House

If you’re on the hunt for a Caribbean restaurant in Birmingham, the Jewellery Quarter has just the dining den. Serving authentic Jamaican cuisine, Devon House is slinging out the goods, from curried goat and saltfish to jerk chicken and ackee. If that wasn’t enough, these folks house Negril Point, a bar serving fruity cocktails and a wide range of wine.

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A relaxed atmosphere and comfort eats? The perfect weekday dinner sorted.

24 Carat Bistro

Hidden away on Warstone Lane, 24 Carat Bistro elevates comfort eats to the next level. Head to this Caribbean restaurant in Birmingham for jerk chicken croquettes and heady rum cocktails or wet your whistle with three-course menus for £27.90. Available every Friday and Saturday, this offering is perfect for affordable date nights and after work dinners.

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Burgers with a Jamaican twist? 24 Carat Bistro has nailed it.


Whether you’re eyeing up the sweet chilli prawns or a Jamaican chicken patty, Mellow promises lip-smacking Caribbean food in a relaxed setting. If you have room for dessert, munch on a traditional fruit cake marinated in rum. And fun fact: the restaurant’s namesake comes from the owner, Derek Rawlins, who is often described as being very easy-breezy.

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Jamaican restaurants in Birmingham city centre? This one is a crowd-pleaser.

Adian’s Dining

One of the prettiest places on our list, Adian’s Dining boasts plush seating, tropical-printed walls and gorgeous greenery. Swoon. Nestle into the venue and enjoy a Jamaican buffet in Birmingham or tuck into a few plates on the a la carte menu. Fancy something different? Check out the cocktail masterclasses for £30 so you can learn how to whip up a spicy mango martini.

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We suggest sitting by this beaut mural for a serene setting.

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