Quirky Restaurants In Birmingham

Home to one of the most exciting food scenes in the country, Birmingham is no stranger to a few unique eats. Across the city you'll find plenty of weird and wonderful destinations fronting cool interiors and mind-blowing menus, from trailblazing fine dining to bizarre brunch spots. Read on as we round up a few of our favourite quirky Birmingham restaurants.

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Last updated on 25th April 2024

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670 Grams

One of Birmingham's most unique dining experiences, 670 Grams is a bold eatery from chef Kray Treadwell. The Michelin-starred restaurant offers a tongue-in-cheek menu of 'common food' made fancy - think veal popcorn, curry-cured salmon and Yorkshire tea with smoked bread.


One of the best independent restaurants in Birmingham, Opheem is definitely a winner. Along with bespoke tasting menus, the venue slings out innovative bites whipped up by chef Aktar Islam - we're talking scallops with Bengali coriandor, smoked aubergine and Yorkshire rhubarb.