Romantic Restaurants in Birmingham
Prepare to look dapper over a selection of delectable dishes as these Birmingham restaurants come up trumps when it comes to romantic hot-spots. From candle-lit nooks and melt in your mouth dishes to some of the best in international wines, you'll be feeling all kinds of fun and affectionate before dessert even has the chance to arrive. Check out our recommendations for some of the best romantic restaurants in Birmingham and have yourself a posivitely amorous evening in our fair city.
Last updated on 31st January 2017
Based in Birmingham's Mailbox complex, the Harvey Nichols restaurant bar is arguably one of the city's most stylish locations. The venue is decorated with sleek, dark furniture and is surrounded by cabinets filled with rare bottles of bubbles. Serving exquisite British food and a selection of complex cocktails, it's perfect for an intimate date night or a romantic Valentine's day meal with that someone special.
The Bottega Prosecco Bar deals only in luxury experiences. Located in the Resorts World complex, it specialises in serving only the best prosecco brands and Venetian recipes to its guests. Alongside the likes of truffle risotto and cured ham, the venue also offers a range of prosecco based cocktails for guests to sample. Sip your way through a stunning cocktail and tuck into a delicious meal at this romantic restaurant in Birmingham.
Alluring by nature and serving fiery flavours that burst off the tongue, Amantia has quickly established itself as one of Birmingham's top tapas restaurants. Showcasing recipes from across the Spanish peninsula, guests are able to enjoy dishes such as fresh seafood paella, fiery chorizo dishes and a selection of cured meats. Regularly featuring live Flamenco performances, there are few better place to enjoy a cosy meal with that someone special.
French cuisine, 1920s inspired vintage interiors and dashing bottles of bubbly? Need we say more? (Okay, yes, we probably should). Known for their broody atmosphere, a la carte dining and elegant charm, Annexe is the cream of the crop when it comes to a romantic meal in the city, be you looking to impress on a first date or treating your regular love to a sumptuous meal.
Whilst out front at Ginger's Bar is a wholly romantic cocktail venture, it's out back at Purnell's where all the romantic chowing down takes place. A Michelin star restaurant found under the same roof, Purnell's is not only know for its award winning fare and delectable British grub, it's known for taking romantic dining up a notch, with every charming whim taken care of.
Ladies and gents, get ready to impress, and we don't just mean with that dapper attire you've adorned for date night. A steak restaurant and champagne bar that boasts 360 degree views of the Birmingham skyline, Marco Pierre White's could quite possibly be hailed as one of the most romantic spots in Birmingham, sitting pretty on top of the city.
For some, you need only mention the word steak, and their loved up to the high heavens. From its classic dining interiors and high class steak dinners to its fancy bottles of wine, Anderson's may not be one of the quirkiest restaurants in Birmingham but it promises a romantic atmosphere and heart warming fare like no other in the city.
Found in the heart of the city, Fumo is a top notch destination for some rather romantic fare. If you're not perched at the elegant marble top bar, supping away on cleverly created cocktail, you're to have nabbed a table in the restaurant where stellar Venetian style tapas, amorous interiors and premium bottles of bubbly await for a date night to remember.
Taking your loved one for a curry in Birmingham has a glitzy new feel thanks to this glamorous Indian Restaurant. Favoured with locals and celebrities the like, the slick white and glittering golden pull of this restaurant bar is rather hard to resist. From cocktails in the main bar to award winning Indian fare in the restaurant, it's time for swoon o'clock.
The Rose Villa Tavern is a traditional pub with plenty of quirk and charm. Decorated with huge leather armchairs, rustic antler chandeliers and Victorian antiques, the venue's character is only heightened by the fact that it is housed in a Grade II listed building. With a range of cocktails and craft beers served behind the bar, and a menu featuring traditional gastro pub treats, an evening spent here is sure to place a smile on your partner's face.