Located in Birmingham's Mailbox, Indico is a casual dining spot, serving up a slice of North India with its authentic sharing plates, curries and thalis. Inspired by the vibrant street food of Punjab, you can expect dishes that pack a punch when it comes to flavour.
Indian Restaurants in Birmingham
Known for its 'curry mile', famous '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.
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.
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.
Found in the heart of the city, Asha's is a modern 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 neck.
One of the biggest Indian restaurants in Birmingham, Varanasi serves up to 500 covers across three floors. They focus on delicious food and luxurious surroundings, with a Michelin-starred chef at the helm and a menu packed with tasty treats. There's even three cocktail bars serving up a variety of drinks too.
Taking over a former bakery, Zindiya serves up delicious Indian street food for the hungry people of Birmingham. There's a semi-open kitchen that delivers a variety of dishes, including sharing plates and vegetable dishes, all hailing from the streets of Mumbai. Expect colour and beautiful flavours.