Birmingham is a city worth celebrating, to state the obvious our city has gone street food crazy which only means one thing for your appetite it’s about to go through the roof! Street food inspired restaurants are emerging in all quarters, but can you blame them? It’s a riveting concept and even better when the food is mouth-watering!
If you’re on the hunt for authentic street food experience packed complete with all the flavour and excitements of the market delights, you’re in for a treat. Here’s are top 5 Delicious choices.
Hearty, home styled Indian food! Tamatanga is nestled among some of Nottingham’s best restaurants. Brummies look no further this chic eatery has brought their flavours of success into our turf with the promise of “a new way to eat Indian”. Try their tapas style sharing dishes, you can choose from ambrosial dishes such as Chaat, Samosas, Jerk Tikka, Prawn Tempura as well as regular curry dishes made from traditional recipes.
The perfect love affair spot for Indian street food lovers! Zindiya is a new eatery and bar in town serving Indian realness with a culture twist. Stuck for what to eat for lunch? Well this little bundle of joy fits perfectly into that mould. Before the food arrives you will find yourself already feeling enticed by the bright walls covered in authentic artwork bringing a piece of India to Birmingham. Whether you’re after a light bite at lunch as well as a more substantial dinner in the evening, Zindiya will have you wishing all restaurants serve Chaat.
This little gem offers a true celebration of Indian street food and cultural heritage, tucked in Shirley and Solihull the food at Indico has been carefully selected to showcase the best and tastiest dishes from the Indian street food culture . Make sure to try the buttery paranthas of the Punjab and Goa’s famous Goan fish curry rice and Raos omelette which is an omelette dipped in spicy coconut gravy garnished with lime and onions.
Gateway To India
You’ll never see such fab mixed grills than here. It’s a real feats for the eyes. They have the best selection of vegetarian dishes like Chana bature, papri chaat and pau bhaji
Booming already in Liverpool and Manchester, Mowgli will be opening its doors late September stationed at Grand Central. The venue layout is intimate surrounded by a Jungle Book theme, when you arrive you will know this place is unique. The menu is fresh and innovative, be sure to try the Indian styled ‘chip butties’, flavour filled yoghurt Chaat bombs and delicious fish dishes as well as an extensive wine list to choose from. If you have specific dietary requirements do not feel left out they also serve gluten free and vegan meals!
Get your tummy ready and just about everybody you know because things are about to get exciting!