Indian Restaurant Bars in Birmingham
Known for its 'curry mile', infamous 'Balti Triangle' and incredible selection of Balti restaurants, Birmingham has truly put itself on the foodie map with an unrivalled selection of exotic eateries and restaurant bars; From traditional Indian restaurants with Eastern charm to slick settings and fanciful Indian cocktails that wow the palate, and look pretty darn good while doing it. Check out our recommendations for the best Indian restaurant bars and a get a fulfilling flavour of this heralded cuisine and cracking selection of cocktails.
Last updated on 2nd June 2016
Puskhar is already a famed name on Birminghanm's Indian dining scene, so it's no wonder that their Edgbaston offering is also so firm. Head on down for high-end Indian fare set alongside a stunning roster of cocktails and international wines.
So we just want to start this little description by saying that Ronnie Wood has visitied Deolali you guys, RONNIE WOOD. But putting celebrity aside for the moment, Deolali is a charming restaurant bar in Birmingham and home to some of the most underrated Indian food in the city. Boasting traditional, if not somewhat British interiors with exposed beams, high ceilings, vintage furniture and lavish light fixtures, Deolali is both relaxed and indulgent all at once.
One of the slickest Indian restaurants in the city, Pushkar boast award-winning food, cocktails and celebrity guests on a weekly basis. From their gold embellished table wares to their slick, white cocktail bar, Pushkar have literally been Push-kar'ing the boundaries when it comes to Indian dinner and drinks in Birmingham thanks to their playful take on this tradition cuisine.
Found in the heart of the city, Asha's is a contemporary Indian restaurant bar brimming with contemporary cuisine and cracking cocktails. Rich sandy tones and minimal Indian flecks are found alongside exotic finery and Indian silks that make for a truly indulgent dining experience come sundown. Be sure to tuck into Asha's cocktail menu as their creative concoctions taste like a luxury scarf wound lovingly around your throat.
A classic and contemporary Indian restaurant bar found behind the droves of late night party people on Broad Street, Blue Mango is a relaxed retreat from the bustle of the city. Primed for after work drinks or date nights in the city, Blue Mango host not only a corking selection of classic cocktails but a traditional Indian menu with a few surprises in store including their tak-a-tak methods and sumptuous signature dishes.
A restaurant bar primed for date nights and romantic meals, Rose Murree is home to a happy and hearty blend of Indian traditionalism and dining modernity in its very own, regal period building. If you're not up by the bar, taking in a selection of traditional murals and international wines, you'll have booked a dinner table for two, suppering on a selection of charming balti dishes and spicy curries.
When it comes to Indian dining in Birmingham, you want something affordable, fun and classic, so why not give Umami Indian Kitchen a whirl? Friendly, laid-back and boasting fusion flavours, paired with cocktails this restaurant is the ultimate treat.