There are more than a dozen restaurants from the region that have made it into the prestigious list and each of them offer something unique. For food connoisseurs in the city - these restaurants are not ones to be missed. They offer the best of modern British, Indian, Peruvian, and other cuisines.
And these amazing restaurants are not limited to Birmingham City Centre. Some incredible neighbourhood restaurants from Edgbaston, Solihull and Barnt Green have also been included for the great food they have to offer. All the local Michelin-starred restaurants across the region are also in the list.
See here if your favourite restaurant made it into the Michelin guide this year:
Land offers a vegan fine dining experience in the heart of the city. This independent restaurant in the Great Western Arcade focuses on seasonal produce. Michelin Guide says: “The seasonally evolving set menu offers modern vegetarian dishes with Asian influences and a creative edge. Wine flights are available.” (Photo - Land management)
2. The Oyster Club by Adam Stoke’s in Birmingham City Centre - Michelin star
The Oyster Club is for those who love oysters. The restaurant also offers top quality shellfish and other fishes. They arrive from all over the country, added the guide. (Photo - Michelin Guide/Jack Spicer Adam’s/The Oyster Club by Adam Stokes)
3. Purnell’s in Birmingham City Centre - Michelin star
Glynn Purnell’s restaurant in Birmingham has a Michelin star. From Brummie Tapas to the Great British Menu, you will find everything in this restaurant known for its high-quality cooking. (Photo - Purnell’s)
4. Asha’s in Birmingham City Centre
The restaurant is owned by renowned artiste/gourmet Asha Bhosle and the extensive menus cover most parts of the Subcontinent, with everything cooked to order, says the Michelin guide. The restaurant’s speciality is Tandoori kebabs. (Photo - Asha’s/Michelin Guide)