There’s nothing like a quick pit-stop in a café to get you going for the day. With Birmingham’s streets peppered with some of the best cafés and places to grab a brew near you – here are all your café queries answered.
With freshly baked moist cakes, delicate afternoon teas and ice cream fit to bury your face in, your sweet tooth is more than well catered for among the city’s bakeries and cafés. Here are a few ideas based on highly-rated cafés on Groupon:
The city has a ton of great choices when it comes to afternoon tea, including:
Some of the best local cafés have taken the high tea concept and given it a shake up to give the city some of the most unique afternoon teas in the UK. Try these out for size:
The most famous of all Birmingham’s food exports – and arguably the most loved – is the classic Balti. Served across the city in its many fine curry houses and fusion Indian restaurants, it’s thought to have been invented by immigrants who arrived in the city in the 1970s. Other traditional dishes include Birmingham Soup – a hearty broth of stewed beef and vegetables served with a slice of bread.
Here are our picks of the best spots in London to enjoy afternoon tea done properly.
An essential part of going out for the day and visiting art galleries with friends is the post gallery feed. It is impossible to look round an exhibition without at least a coffee and a cake afterwards, all that pondering and deliberating makes for hungry work. Serving great food in quirky settings, here's my my pick of London's coolest gallery cafes.
At London's Elliot's Café, the burger is seemingly a low key affair. It sits on the menu under the 'Large Plates' section, labelled simply as Cheeseburger & fried potatoes. Never has a menu description done as little justice to a dish as this does to the Elliot's burger.