It’s National Curry Week, and what better place to celebrate than in the home of the Balti Triangle. We’ve rounded-up the best places to get a delicious curry in the city.
Lasan | St Paul’s Square
— Lasan (@lasan) June 29, 2017
It may be currently closed due to refurbishment work, but Lasan is one of the most of the city’s most successful Indian restaurants having received international recognition, including being listed in The Sunday Times Top 100 UK Restaurants and appearing on The Great British Menu. Founded in 2002 and lead by Aktar Islam, Lasan celebrates the very best of Indian cuisine, showcasing stunning ingredients to combine and create exotic meals.
Itihaas | Newhall Street
— Itihaas Indian (@Itihaasindian) September 9, 2017
Just around the corner from Lasan lies Itihaas. Winner of Best Restaurant in the Midlands at the 2012 British Curry Awards, Ithaas’ menu takes its influences from the North of India, Kenya and Mumbai. From delicately spiced curries to hand-crafted Western inspired desserts, Itihaas’ food has is one of the best places to dine and experience a taste of India in the city.
Asha’s | Newhall Street
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— Asha's Birmingham (@ashasbirmingham) September 12, 2017
With restaurants across the world including Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Qatar, Asha’s is well-known in the city for its signature cocktails and mouthwatering food. With Asha’s being recognised in the Michelin Guide and Head Chef, Sunil Kumar in the finals of this year’s International Indian Chef of the Year Award, this welcoming Indian eatery serves up traditional dishes like Tandoori Chicken Tikka alongside delicious kebabs and platters that are perfect for sharing.
Praza Edgbaston | Hagley Road
— Praza Edgbaston (@PrazaEdgbaston) October 2, 2017
Sister restaurant to Broad Street’s Pushka, Praza offers a wide selection of curries to its diners in the heart of Edgbaston. Here, you can tuck into chicken, lamb and vegetarian dishes alongside biryani and seafood options. And, if you want to spice up a special occasion, you can book in at Praza for its take on an afternoon tea which offers a mix of delicious savoury and sweet Indian treats.
Zindiya | Moseley
— Zindiya (@ZindiyaMoseley) April 5, 2017
Listed as one of Visit Birmingham’s best independent food spots in the city, Zindiya is one of the top places in Birmingham to get your hands on some seriously tasty street food. Situated on Woodbridge Road, this colourful and extravagant independent boasts an extensive menu of Indian-style tapas that won’t break the bank if you’re a bit short on pennies.
The Indian Streatery | Bennett’s Hill
— THE INDIAN STREATERY (@indianstreatery) September 25, 2017
It may have only been open a few months, but The Indian Streatery is already proving a popular place to dine in the city centre. After moving into the former home of Michelin starred Adams, this trendy restaurant is a great place to grab a quick bite to eat with friends as its menu boasts a delicious selection of dishes that are perfect for sharing. And if you need to grab a quick lunch The Indian Streatery offers a grab-&-go deal from 11.30-2.30pm.
Tamatanga | Navigation Street
— tamatanga (@tamatanga) September 24, 2017
The latest addition to Birmingham’s ever-growing curry scene, Tamatanga has broadened its horizons opening its second venue in the country just a few weeks ago. Here you’ll find a wide section of curries, wraps and small plates all up for grabs. With a laid-back atmosphere and a brilliant selection of gins and cocktails, Tamatanga also caters for a range of dietary requirements due to meals being cooked fresh to order. Check out our review of Tamatanga here!