Restaurants in the Jewellery Quarter

Home to one of Europe's largest concentrations of Jewellery businesses, the Jewellery Quarter is a dazzling district to behold. But splashing the cash on all that glittering gold really does build up quite the appetite, and lucky a quick wander through the district will provide. From steak bars in Birmingham to basement retreats, there's something for everyone, so check out our recommendations for the best restaurants in the Jewellery Quarter and chow down on some great Birmingham grub. 




The Button Factory

268 user reviews 4

The Button Factory is a seriously cool, pared-down and relaxed dining experience. With bare brick walls, plush leather booths and a sun-catching terrace, the restaurant has a variety of spaces for you to choose however you want to spend an evening. Open from morning until evening, the bar uses a charcoal grill to create their variety of delicious meat dishes with a unique smokey flavour. 

The Lord Clifden

4 user reviews 4

While the Lord Clifden is probably more well known for their street-art painted walls from the likes of Bansky and Obey, or their great parties in their beer garden, but they've also got a mean food offering. Serving up British pub food and roast dinners, it's their burgers you should look out for, with tonnes of interesting toppings inspired by recent events (like the 'Brexit' Burger'…).

Anderson's Bar

2 user reviews 4

Another indulgent basement bar in Birmingham, Anderson's are renowned for their steaks and heralded meat dishes. Sourced from an award-winning butchers in Kenilworth, Anderson's promise only the very best in dry-aged meats and tantalising flavours. If you want great grub in a great venue then head to this romantic restaurant bar in Birmingham. 

The Rectory

1 user review 4

A relaxing wine bar in Birmingham overlooking the scenic St. Paul's Square, The Rectory is a nod to traditional drinking and dining thanks to its luxurious mahogany leather dining booths and draped chandeliers. Boasting a menu of what many might see as almost everything, from burgers and sharing platters to belly of pork, The Rectory is the ultimate foodie's all rounder. 

The Jam House Birmingham

139 user reviews 5

One of the most well known music venues in Birmingham doubles up as a restaurant bar, don't you know? Hailed by Jools Holland and other big names in the industry, The Jam House promise a menu of indulgent classics and cleverly crafted British dishes. And for the best seat in the house when the music starts? We couldn't recommend a balcony table more.