The best takeaways in Birmingham, according to locals
Are you planning to enjoy a takeaway meal soon? Check out some recommendations from local people below - and let us know what you think
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Brummies are spoiled for choice when it comes to takeaway options, being home to some of the best restaurants in the country and a strong cosmopolitan culinary tradition that goes back decades. But what are the best places to choose. The weekend is one of the most popular times to order a takeaway. So to help you decide BirminghamWorld took to the city streets to find out what the recommendations from the local people who know best!
You can hear all the comments at the top of this story and read a selection below. Let us know what you think too.
Jake says: “Okay, so personally, I’d say the best takeaway in Birmingham is in the bottom end of Moseley. It’s called the Diwan. And it’s Indian. So obviously being Birmingham, it’s got the Balti and whatnot and - just if anything - it tastes really good and the portions are wham so what what’s not to like? So, yeah, I’d say if you’re in Brum and you’re looking for something like that, then check it out.”
Katie says: “I would have to say Marius in Sheldon. That’s that’s my favourite -best pizza that I’ve ever had. I know Domino’s is great but can’t be a Marius. Not very greasy. Just nice. I like that.”
Jaz says: “I like the Sea Garden in Hamstead that is really fantastic - top notch, really great.”
Tanya says: “Filthy Wings. They’re really nice, yeah. So if you ordered there they’ve got like a special, like, recipe on their own wings. For an example. It’s called on the Queen’s Arms. They opened up a vegetarian kitchen. Yeah, quite cheap. So not too expensive. Quite nice and all with vegetarian stuff. So that’s maybe a good example as well.”
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