Book Italian Restaurants in Birmingham

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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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Filini Restaurant
Reached by an open staircase from reception, Filini is the chic, spacious, softly-lit restaurant of Birmingham’s eye-catching Radisson Blu Hotel. At one end are an open kitchen and a wood-fired pizza oven. Throughout are walnut floors, mirrors and floor-to-ceiling windows encouraging a sense of brightness and space, punctuated by bay and olive trees. The menu is Italian, with an emphasis on quality ingredients and a deliberate avoidance of rich ingredients such as cream, and heavy sauces. Delightful dishes are compactly split into antipasti (including three sharing options), risottos, pastas, pizzas and secondi such as baked sea bass with vernaccia wine and artichoke puree. Staff are courteous and helpful. A popular restaurant that’s often busy.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: Radisson Blu Hotel, 12 Holloway Circus, Queensway, Birmingham, B1 1BT [Map]

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Locanta
Positioned on Ludgate Hill with views over St Paul’s Square, Locanta offers a relaxed, convivial atmosphere with just the right amount of city bustle. Set in an old Victorian building, Locanta is packed with gorgeous period details, complimented by smart décor and furnishings. Pick a second floor table right by the window and enjoy a birds eye view of passers by through huge sash windows as you dine. Locanta’s Italian and Mediterranean menu has a fresh, summery feel whatever the time of year. Indulge in a freshly baked pizza at lunchtime or treat yourself to a three course feast of salads and grills made from carefully sourced ingredients from national and international markets.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 31 Ludgate Hill, Birmingham, B3 1EH [Map]

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MP'Zz Bar & Restaurant
Tucked away in Birmingham's famous Jewellery Quarter, on Frederick Street is MP'zz - a bustling Italian-American restaurant with a loyal following and a menu longer than the Old Testament. MP stands for Mediterranean Paradise, and whatever you're craving you're guaranteed to find it here – you can choose from pizza, pasta, anti pasta or secondi piatti and an excellent list of both new and old world wines. The vibe at MP'zz is buzzy, and the dining room has tiled floors, exposed brick walls and wooden furniture – giving the place a home-away-from-home feel. Star dishes include the meat and spinach cannelloni baked with bechamel, tomatoes and mozzarella; and the Diavola pizza with pepperoni.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 21 Frederick Street, Jewelry Quarter, Birmingham, B1 3HE [Map]

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Pasta Di Piazza
Located in Birmingham's bustling St Paul's Square on Brook Street, close to the vibrant jewellery quarter, Pasta di Piazza is a lively Italian with a feel-good family-run vibe. We love the chatty atmosphere and authentic touches here such as the exposed brick walls and colourful canvases, and the crowd here ranges from businessmen and tourists to members of the local Italian community who adore the restaurant's hearty-sized portions of homecooked pasta and pizza. We love Pasta di Piazza's menu – don't miss the avocado al forno in a tomato sauce baked with cream and mozzarella; the penne arrabbiata e funghi with fresh chilli; and the capricciosa thin-crust pizza with egg, ham, artichokes, capers and olives.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 11 Brook Street, St. Paul's Square, Birmingham, B3 1SA [Map]

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Piccolino
Located next door to the contemporary and popular Icon Gallery in Birmingham’s upmarket Brindleyplace, Piccolino is a restaurant which appeals to everyone. Whilst the red decorated interior is very modern, with a sleek, diner-ish feel and an exciting theatre kitchen, the typical Piccolino menu – it changes with the seasons – is rustic and comforting with all your favourite Italian dishes on offer, freshly made and beautifully presented. With its excellent location, Piccolino is popular with not only gallery goers and shoppers, but visitors to the many local attractions, including the NIA, as well as those moving on to the cool bars alongside the canal.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 9 Brindleyplace, Birmingham, B1 2HS [Map]

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San Carlo
Located in Temple Street, San Carlo in Birmingham is part of the award-winning and critically acclaimed San Carlo group Italian restaurant chain. Based in the city centre within easy reach of the Birmingham's shops and financial district, San Carlo is ideal for post-shopping pick-me-ups, working lunches and intimate evening meals. The electric dining room is popular with famous local faces while the kitchen has a modern yet authentic approach to Italian cuisine. San Carlo's classic menu specialises in seafood, and popular dishes include the salmon ravioli Romanof – ravioli filled with salmon flambéed in vodka with pink peppercorns and a creamy tomato sauce; and the spiced Italian sausages cooked with Borlotti beans served with grilled polenta.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 4 Temple Street, Birmingham, B2 5BN [Map]

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Valentinos Restaurant
Brummie lovers of Latino food are familiar with the duck-egg-blue walls and potted palms inside Valentino's Restaurant, an Italian dining institution found on Harborne's High Street. This swanky little eatery was the kind of place they invented business lunches and romantic dates for, and the super service, monthly live music nights and superb menu keep the locals coming back for more. We absolutely adore Valentino's rich and hearty menu, and signature dishes include the grilled sardines stuffed with garlic, spinach and pine nuts with a balsamic reduction; the fillet steak served in a mushroom and red wine sauce with a dash of chilli; and the creamy pear and Gorgonzola risotto.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 73 The High Street, Harborne, B17 9NS [Map]

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Zizzi
Italian restaurant chain Zizzi opened the doors of its very first branch in London's Chiswick in 1999. Now there are over 100 branches, all decorated in an appealing contemporary style. Wood-fired ovens, open kitchens and modern interior design with locally influenced art features make for a vibrant atmosphere. As for the food, they serve up a variety of traditional Italian dishes including all the usual suspects: salads, antipasti, pasta, pizza, calzone, risotto as well as fish and meat mains and desserts. What Zizzi really pride themselves on is sourcing good quality ingredients; salads are dressed with white balsamic vinegar from Modena, for example, and offer Goddess Olives, a variety known for their firm flesh and nutty flavour. The modestly priced wine list is dominated by Italian wines, starting at £13.45 for a Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. Harborne's Zizzi is housed in an old Victorian bank - customers will enjoy the impressive setting and relaxed atmosphere.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 183 High Street, Harborne, Birmingham, B17 9QE [Map]

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Zizzi
Italian restaurant chain Zizzi opened the doors of its very first branch in London's Chiswick in 1999. Now there are over 100 branches, all decorated in an appealing contemporary style. Wood-fired ovens, open kitchens and modern interior design with locally influenced art features make for a vibrant atmosphere. As for the food, they serve up a variety of traditional Italian dishes including all the usual suspects: salads, antipasti, pasta, pizza, calzone, risotto as well as fish and meat mains and desserts. What Zizzi really pride themselves on is sourcing good quality ingredients; salads are dressed with white balsamic vinegar from Modena, for example, and offer Goddess Olives, a variety known for their firm flesh and nutty flavour. The modestly priced wine list is dominated by Italian wines, starting at £13.45 for a Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. This branch of Zizzi is a part of Birmingham's fab shopping centre, The Mailbox. The pizza oven is painted red as a nod to building's history as the Royal Mail's main sorting office, and the walls are hung with vintage mail sorting boxes.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 162-164 Wharfside Street, The Mailbox, Birmingham, B1 1RL [Map]

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