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Asha's Indian Bar and Restaurant
As the latest addition to legendary Bollywood singer Asha Bhosle’s empire, Birmingham has its very own ‘Brimful of Asha’ right here on Newhall Street. The restaurant recently won awards from the British Curry and Taste awards and continues to impress local foodies and celebrity curry connoisseurs. Whether you’re craving succulent meats from their specialty kebab menu or their authentic seafood and vegetarian dishes; Asha’s extensive menu never fails to impress. The bar serves up excellent signature cocktails and we recommend leaving room for traditional desserts like sweet carrot halwa. The restaurant is a large and stylish space – perfect for business lunches, dinner dates and birthday celebrations.

Cuisine: Indian
Location: Edmund House, 12 - 22 Newhall Street, Birmingham, B3 3LX [Map]

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Celebrity Indian Restaurant
For great curry with a view in the heart of Birmingham, Celebrity Indian Restaurant is the place to be. Located on Broad Street, the restaurant is set in a Grade II listed building on the first floor and overlooks Brinelly Place and the Birmingham canals. With period features and first class service, Celebrity Restaurant is family-run, perfect for corporate dining, and boasts a diverse menu created by chef Zakaria Ibrahim and updated by the current Head Chef Kamal Hussain. Star dishes include the Roshun Mussels cooked in a creamy garlic and white wine sauce served with naan; the Chicken Tikka marinated with yoghurt and cumin; and the Sheekh Kebab made with freshly minced lamb, coriander, tomatoes, mint and spring onions.

Cuisine: Indian
Location: 44 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HP [Map]

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Chilli and Spice
Hall Green’s unusual Chilli and Spice brings together two very diverse worlds – the Indian restaurant and the British public house. The combination, of course, works well with the large Horseshoe pub giving over a section of its rather glamorously modern interior to the flavours of Asia. Stunningly appointed, Chilli and Spice feels like an elegant, sophisticated restaurant and appropriate for romantic dining as much as for a quick curry with friends. With a pedigree straight from five star hotels of India and Dubai, the Chilli and Spice kitchen knows its way around a spice rack, offering a wide selection of excellent Indian dishes freshly prepared using extremely good ingredients.

Cuisine: English, Indian
Location: The Horseshoe Bar, 1214 Stratford Road, Hall Green, Birmingham, B28 9BH [Map]

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Duet Cuisine
The regenerated Fort Dunlop is home to Duet Cuisine, a restaurant which brings together history and modernity as impressively as its surroundings. Here you’ll find two well loved cuisines living side by side in an attractive contemporary restaurant. The airy warehouse space is relaxed yet formal enough for a business lunch or a date to impress. Meanwhile that combination menu, created by two internationally acclaimed Chefs, allows for a freedom of choice – ideal for when you want Indian but your friend fancies pasta? The extensive a la carte menu includes favourites such as Lasagne Al Forno and Chicken Tikka Balti while a lunch buffet offers both cuisines with a creative twist.

Cuisine: Indian, Italian
Location: Unit 1 Fort Dunlop, Fort Parkway, Erdington, Birmingham, B24 9FD [Map]

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Itihaas restaurant in Birmingham is one stunning eaterie. This beautiful restaurant —the name means ‘history’ -- is the £2 million brainchild of businessman Raj Rana and it’s been raking in awards since it opened its doors. The décor is contemporary meets traditional with two dining rooms honouring colonial and maharaja eras – there are slate finished walls, original paintings, carved stone elephants, Jali marble window frames like those found in Mogul palaces and elegant black sari-clad hostesses. Chef Amardeep Saka offers intriguing dishes influenced by North India, Mumbai, Chinese fusion and Kenya. The cuisine and service are royal, yet the ambience is relaxed and informal – a history-making combination in anyone’s book.

Cuisine: Indian
Location: 18 Fleet Street, Birmingham, B3 1JL [Map]

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Milan Indian Cuisine
One of Birmingham’s most trusted dining institutions, Milan Indian Cuisine is a busy restaurant tucked away on Newhall Street. A true hidden gem, Milan Indian Cuisine is popular with vegetarians, but the meat and seafood choices at this modern restaurant are plentiful too. Inside is a stylish space decorated with leather seats, low lighting, fresh white linens and trendy flower arrangements. The real secret of Milan Indian Cuisines’ longevity however lies in the cuisine – the reasonably priced menu here is a unique fusion of traditional flavours, artistic presentation and contemporary methods. Good for business dining and large parties, this restaurant is guaranteed to impress the most passionate curry connoisseurs.

Cuisine: Indian
Location: 93 Newhall Street, Birmingham, B3 1LH [Map]

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Mint Indian & Bangladeshi Cuisine
Bringing the best of Indian culture and cuisine to the heart of Birmingham, Mint is a stylish but relaxed restaurant that has won the hearts of local curry connoisseurs. Enviably located just ten minutes from the NEC Exhibition Centre, Mint is perfect for business lunches, romantic dinners and relaxed family gatherings. The minimalist and contemporary venue is divided into a spacious lobby area, a ground floor dining room and a stunning mezzanine level. Familiar favourites like lamb rogan josh and chicken korma are done very well here, but we recommend trying one of their signature dishes like lamb shank with spiced pumpkin or the delicious paneer tikka bhuna – ideal for vegetarian diners. Mint runs a live jazz evening on the first Wednesday of every month.

Cuisine: Indian
Location: Yew Tree Retail Park, Unit 3, Stoney Lane, Birmingham, B25 8UX [Map]

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Monsoon Restaurant
Monsoon is a modern, spicy Indian eatery with a soothing décor and upmarket crowd. We love the simple dining room with its Spanish tiled floors, whitewashed walls and giant abstract canvases. Monsoon has a nice bar for pre/post dinner drinks – and is popular for animated nights out with friends. The menu is superb – we recommend the South Indian mussels cooked in curry sauce sprinkled with coriander and lime; the red mullet marinated in red chilli and aubergine sauce; and Monsoon's signature melt-in-your-mouth lamb shank served with pilau rice and fresh coriander. The wine list is excellent and reasonably priced, with up to 8 wines available by the glass.

Cuisine: Indian
Location: 75 May Lane, Kings Norton, Hollywood, B47 5PA [Map]

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A new addition to the Broad Street dining scene, Pushkar is a gourmet Indian restaurant that has generated significant buzz and rave reviews from Brummie foodies. Part fine dining room, part cocktail lounge, the space is a cream and lemon affair with starched linens and a cosmopolitan vibe. Perfect for cocktails and platter-sharing, Pushkar also has a sexy a la carte menu and chef Bishal Rasaily – who has worked everywhere from the Taj Sheraton in Mumbai to the acclaimed Chutney Mary’s in London - has a flair for creating fresh, modern and healthy dishes. The bar serves everything from bespoke Bellinis to lassis, and favourite dishes include the Goan fish curry cooked with coriander seeds, chillies and coconut cream.

Cuisine: North Indian
Location: 245 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2HQ [Map]

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One of Birmingham's finest Indian restaurants in the Land of the Balti. Modern decor with not a flock of wallpaper to be seen and interesting artefacts strung from the ceiling. The Rajdoot celebrates 35 years in Raj style and is an established pioneering family chain where the skilled chefs create authentic North Indian cuisine with ingenuity and enthusiasm. The Rajdoot has a reputation for subtle tandoori preparations and offers a variety in innovatively inspired presentations. These gastronomical delights are acclaimed for quality, excellence and service and the Rajdoot is an award winning restaurant. Whats' Cooking? Old favourites such as tandoori chicken as well as some interesting additions - Chilli Chicken Tikka; Chicken Sekwa - with ginger, garlic and fenugreek; Chilli Duck Garlic; Duck Jaipur; Fish Narial

Cuisine: Indian
Location: 78-79 George Street, Hockley, Birmingham, B3 1PY [Map]

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