Fronting a menu of ribeye steaks, baked camembert and plenty of other British bites, The Botanist puts scrumptious scran and creative concoctions at the forefront. If that doesn't wet your whistle, their sharing boards and snacks are top-notch.
British Restaurants In Birmingham
Do you love savouring food not too far from the nest? Then you're a British loving foodie at heart. From locally sourced, award-winning meat and vegetables to classic dishes with a continental twist, the city has you set. Check out our recommendations for the best British restaurants in Birmingham and discover what the country you live in has to offer by the way of hearty grub and finger-licking good dishes.
The Lobby on Hill Street is one of the best hotel restaurants in Birmingham. It treads the line between cool, laid-back hangout and fun, sophisticated lair. While they are most known for their fantastic cocktails, they have a mean selection of British dishes, with big steaks and sauce-slathered chicken coming up on top.
A nice restaurant in Birmingham city centre, The Canal House really knows how to bring it when it comes to traditional cooking with a twist. Enjoy wolfing down classic fish 'n' chips with minted peas, tartare sauce and a knockout curry sauce and pair your meal with a freshly pulled pint.
Pairing fare from our isles with a smattering of pan-Asian plates and DJs on weekends, Bank is the British restaurant on Brindley Place that's sure to satisfy. Not only that, but there's plenty of space for alfresco dining across to terraces here.
From toad in a hole to fishcakes and lentil cottage pies, Bacchus Bar is one of many fab restaurants. Alongside pints of beer, cocktails and vino, you can settle in for dinner and leave some room for dessert - the sticky toffee pudding with creamy custard is a delight.
Serving classic British dishes for over 40 years now, Browns know a thing or two about brasserie grub and tantalising flavours. Overlooking the bustle of the Bullring courtyard, it serves a fanciful a la carte menu and Sunday roast with a flair. One of the best Birmingham restaurants? We think so.
Looking for traditional British fare with a charming and whimsical twist? This themed haunt has just what you need. Fronting a selection of classics with a unique twist such as their lobster with cheddar sauce, The Lost and Found also offers botanical drinks and beer.
Boasting a wholly traditional British menu, The Rectory is a sleek and traditional bar in Jewellery Quarter that promises a slick dining affair all year round. From their 26-day mature steaks to cod and braised baby gem salads, it's a relaxed spot in the heart of Birmingham.
While Craft English Garden may be known for their stunning outdoor dining pods, the venue also happens to be one of the best Brindleyplace restaurants around. Enjoy heritage tomatos as a starter, followed by a British-aged beef sirloin and carrot cake for dessert.
We don't know about you, but nothing screams great British grub like an English breakfast. Boasting a dapper selection of treats from their house special to eggs benedict, The Plough is a bar in Harborne with flavour in mind. If those don't get you, their burgers surely will.