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, Birmingham has great British food at heart. Check out our recommendations for the best British restaurants in Birmingham and discover what the very country you live in has to offer by the way of hearty grub and finger licking good dishes.
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 matured steaks to their cod and braised baby gem salads, The Rectory is a relaxed bar in the heart of Birmingham for those with British grub on their minds.
If their charming beer garden, Attic bar, live Jazz nights and traditional Georgian building don't get you, their hearty British food will. Serving everything from Sunday Roasts and classic sausage and mash to the 'King's Kiev', The King's Head promise sumptuous and hearty homemade meals that you nanna would be envious of.
An unorthodox pub with a brilliantly orthodox take on sourcing, The New Inn in Harborne is a brilliant pub in Birmingham for those after the best in award winning steaks and meat. Sourcing only from award winning, local suppliers, The New Inn promise cracking British grub in charming and somewhat whimsical traditional British surroundings.
We don't know about you, but nothing screams great British grub like an English breakfast! Boasting a dapper selection of breakfast treats from their house special to eggs benedict, The Plough is a bar in Harborne with flavour in mind. If the eggs don't get you their burgers surely will. So sit back and relax in this perfectly kitsch bar in Birmingham for a modern selection of British favourites.
Sourcing their meat only from award winning butchers in Kenilworth the likes of Alan Beck, Anderson's bar in Birmingham strive for great British quality. From 31 dry aged steaks to locally reared Aberdeen Angus beef, you can rely on Anderson's appreciation for British food with their selection of local ales and beers a tasty accompaniment to their dishes.
Not only is The Drop Forge a bar in the Jewellery Quarter that harbours its own little bit of British history thanks to its previous status as an iron forgery, it's brimmin with great British grub. From hearty day-aged steaks and burgers to good old fashioned Sunday Lunch starting from just £12.75, The Drop Forge make classic grub without the fancy frills.
From seasonal dishes to naturally sourced, local British beef, Bank in Birmingham's scenic Brindleyplace is a wholly cosmopolitan dining affair for those that love British food in Birmingham. From their fresh and sleek interiors to their sleek take on traditional English dishes, Bank is a bar in Birmingham where you can bank on a thoroughly relaxed dining experience.
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 Birmingham's Bullring courtyard, this charming restaurant bar in Birmingham serve everything from a fanciful a la carte menu to classic sunday roast dinners, with a Browns flair of course.