When you're stuck indoors, it's the little things that really matter. Whether it be your partner doing the washing up, your pet affectionately cuddling into you, and that one beam of sunlight that makes you stop for a moment to sunbathe. Another thing we've grown to really appreciate? Good food. Whether you're setting up an indoor date night, after-work treat or just filling a craving, check out these Birmingham restaurants that are delivering and offering takeaway while we're in quarantine. And what's more, when you're ordering online, you're actually supporting your local restaurants. Now that's what we call a win-win.
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Pushkar: Cocktail bar and restaurant serving a modern take on North Indian cuisine with deals on food and alcohol while ordering online at the moment.
Sabai Sabai: Family-run restaurant specialising in fresh, authentic Thai dishes with delivery stretching as far as Solihull.
1000 Trades: An independent neighbourhood bar and kitchen in the Jewellery Quarter, operating a temporary menu available for collection and on UberEats.
Sushi Passion: Fresh sushi, aka the ultimate hangover cure (aren’t we all drinking at home?) now available via Deliveroo.
Baked In Brick: Wood-fired BBQ goodies, topped fries and fresh pizza coming straight to your home from their Digbeth restaurant.
Gaijin Sushi: Donating one sushi set to an NHS member of staff for every lunch ordered, with fresh Japanese dishes delivered to your door.
Buffalo & Rye: Beloved brasserie serving American-inspired plates, giving you a plethora of diner-style dishes to enjoy from your sofa.
Peacer: New York-style pizza by the slice? These guys have got you covered with fresh bakes available online for delivery.
Loki Wine: The bar may be closed but the drinks are still flowing, as you can get their rare finds and natural wines delivered to your home, perfect for alternative date nights.
Chung Ying Cantonese: For those of you craving dim sum (we’ve all been there) get your fix with these guys offering a delivery service within a 9-mile radius.
Alicia's Micro Bakehouse: Get your chops around freshly-baked sourdough pizza with 24 to 48-hour proven dough and plenty of delicious toppings.
Birmingham Brewing Company: Stock up on craft beer from these local brewers, with plenty of tasty creations available from the online shop.
The Paper Duck: Craft beer on tap may feel like a thing of the past, but these guys are coming through with no-contact home deliveries.
Umami Indian Kitchen: Chomp away on award-winning Indian dishes from this restaurant, which is running a delivery service Thursday to Sunday between 3pm - 10pm.
The Indian Streatery: With dishes such as the signature black dhal, methi chicken and lamb curry making up the menu, this place is hard to say no to.
Original Patty Men: These purveyors of filth are still making sure you get beer, wings, fries and beer all delivered to your door, because we all need to indulge.
Otto: Wood-fired pizza from the Jewellery Quarter can now be delivered right to you, providing the ultimate meal for binge-watching.
The Indian Brewery: Fresh Indian street food and delicious craft brews? Treat yourself and your housemates to a whole gosh darn experience.
Sushido: Contact-free delivery is now available from this award-winning modern Japanese restaurant serving fresh Pan-Asian plates.
Laghi's Deli: Craving an Italian feast? Check out this family run restaurant, deli, coffee shop and bar open for collections between 10am – 2pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The High Field: This friendly local in Edgbaston is continuing to serve the community with a takeaway Pub Hub ready to sort you for classic plates of fish and chips, as well as grocery essentials.
Burning Soul: This Jewellry Quarter brewery will be delivering their rock 'n' roll-inspired craft brews to people across the city (with free delivery to certain postcodes).
Digbeth Dining Club: Launching on the 9th May, these guys will be launching an all-new click and collect service with more details available on their site.
Keep coming back folks, we'll be regularly updating this list with more places as they come in.