Affordable Restaurants in Birmingham

Making the decision to miss out on a quality meal in order to save money for the month never feels good. But, there are countless affordable restaurants in Birmingham that tick off the box for being delicious and within budget. Go treat yourself to that burger you've been thinking about for a week and explore the reasonably priced options to choose from at one of the many cheap places to eat in Birmingham.

Last updated on 7th August 2019




The Button Factory

483 user reviews 4

Grilling up a selection of simple, refined dishes, The Button Factory's menu seems too good to be true for its prices. But, this reasonably priced restaurant in Birmingham has no catch; they serve quality food with prices that will be easy on your eyes. So settle down in a booth and get ready for a meal with no worries attached. 

Buffalo & Rye

1 user review 5

Happy Hour and 1 other offer

Sometimes all you need is a burger and beer night, and for that Buffalo & Rye has you covered. This Birmingham restaurant serves affordable diner dishes that will satisfy your cravings and help you save up on cash. Revel in all that classic American diner food has to offer for an inexpensive price. 

Menu Del Dia - £9.95 Lunch Menu and 3 other offers

Offering mouthwatering tapas and delicious Spanish-inspired cocktails all day, everyday, Tapas Revolution is one of the best cheap restaurants in Birmingham. Grab yourself three plates of tasty tapas for less than a tenner at lunchtime, or tuck into their extensive set menu for two for as little as £11 each.

The Rose Villa Tavern

7 user reviews 4

Wing It Monday and 3 other offers

If you're looking to dine at one of the best pubs in Birmingham for a bargain, head down to the Rose Villa Tavern. Perfect for a relaxed night, get yourself an inexpensive kilo of wings and join in on the pub quiz and don't forget to celebrate your win with one of their cocktails. 

Birmingham's first bao bun restaurant, Lucky Duck, serves the popular Chinese steamed bread roll dish stuffed with a range of options for a bargain. The sustainable restaurant also rewards customers for bringing their own Tupperware for takeaway, which is another way to save money by recycling. Whether you stick with the buns or go for a noodle bowl, Lucky Duck is a cheap solution.