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Birmingham Restaurants for Each Culture

If you’re feeling a little homesick or missing home-cooked meals, then take a look at the restaurants Birmingham has to offer to give you a taste of home.

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Tamatanga

Fancy fresh Indian food? Tamatanga is the place for you. All ingredients are locally sourced and they even grind their own spices by hand to ensure freshness and flavour. Tamatanga’s menu is bursting with flavour, not to mention that they cater for vegans, vegetarians, meat eaters and those on a gluten-free diet. And if you don’t fancy eating in, they offer a collection service and delivery.

Chung Ying

Available for dine in, click and collect, and delivery, Chung Ying is based in China Town and offers a great range of Chinese food. This restaurant caters for vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters, which makes it a total win. You can book a table if you want to dine in or you can pre-order up to four days before you want your takeaway.

Aunt Sally’s Caribbean Food

If you miss Caribbean food, then Aunt Sally’s is the place to go. Unfortunately, you can’t dine in, but you can collect for free or have it delivered for a small fee. Based on Corporation Street, this takeaway will satisfy your home-cooked meal needs. Aunt Sally’s offers a range of chicken and fish dishes, sides, snacks and desserts with a Caribbean twist.

Damascena

Offering flavourful Middle-Eastern food, Damascena has various locations in Birmingham, the closest to our City Centre campus being based on Corporation Street. They offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options as well as nut-free options. You will be spoilt for choice with their selection of breakfasts, brunches and lunches. If you fancy an afternoon coffee, they have plenty of drinks and pastries to fit the occasion!

Comptoir Libanais

This Lebanese restaurant is based in Grand Central and offers a great range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Their menu ranges from grills, burgers and tagines, but if you don’t fancy any of that, they have a handful of desserts and coffee to sink into. Not to mention the interior is bright, colourful and lively, matching its flavourful food and enthusiastic environment.

Yakinori

Yakinori is a Japanese restaurant that offers tasty bento boxes, sushi, ramen, teppan grills, kokonatsu curries and a range of noodles that will be sure to satisfy your appetite. Based in Grand Central, Yakinori caters for vegetarians and vegans as well as meat eaters, and offers a dine-in experience alongside click and collect and delivery options.

Pho

Pho offers the best of Vietnamese food, whilst catering for vegans and vegetarians, as well as dairy-free and gluten-free diets. You can dine in, collect for takeaway or have it delivered to your doorstep. Pho offers a generous selection of starters, hearty soups and moreish mains that will satisfy your hunger.

There are so many restaurants to explore in Birmingham, so you’ll never be stuck for choice!