Street Food in Birmingham
What with street food undergoing something of a revolution, Birmingham was a city not set to be left behind. Hosted at some of Birmingham's best independent bars, you'll find some energetic and enthusiastic young companies boasting their very own collective of street food vendors that will knock and restaurant grub right out of the park. Check out our recommendations for the best places to find street food in Birmingham and get your chops round some of the best locally sourced, home-grub in this bustling city.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
The Prince of Wales may be a traditional pub in Birmingham with some quirky additions to boot, but it does know a thing or two about street food. Boasting a new weekly street food night every Thursday that is set to invite the tasty likes of The Mexican Bean and Meat shack along for the ride, this cool and quirky pub in Birmingham could be your one stop shop for all things in independent grub.
Purveyors of street food both inside and out, Chilacas boast tasty taco's and burrito's be it in their shack-esque bar or from their mini-van scarpering around Birmingham city centre. But it's not just food that they're good at. Nab yourself a teapot cocktail or tequila shots in this vibrant bar in Brindleyplace for a real taste of Mexican drinking.
Host to one of Birmingham's biggest street food nights in the city, this cool and quirky bar in Digbeth are at the forefront of the street food revolution. Visit this urban warehouse venue every Friday night in Birmingham for a vibrant selection in some of the best food vendors that the West Midlands have ever seen at the renowned Digbeth Dining Club.
Whilst only relatively new to street food proceedings in Birmingham, The Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath have adopted another of the city's most renowned street food companies. Brum Yum Yum arrived with a tasty bang and this cool pub come music venue in Birmingham with Monday and Sundays host to a cool and quirky collective of street food vendors.