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Restaurants in Balsall Common, Birmingham

 Tuck into fine cuisine at restaurants in Balsall Common

The Midlands is full of fantastic places to eat and there are plenty of hidden gems waiting to be discovered. The restaurants in Balsall Common are up there among the finest in the region and include a nice mix of the exotic and the familiar. If you want to try some Persian cuisine, Balsall Common has restaurants for you, while there are plenty of reliable curry houses and European kitchens in the area, too. Whatever your tastes, finding the right place to eat is simple with Quandoo. Browse the listings, find the perfect menu and make a booking in seconds.

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Ashiana Persian & Afghani Restaurant

Balsall Common
African££££
5.5/62

Masala club

Balsall Common
Indian

Lobster peninsula

Birmingham
Organic
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    Try something unusual at Balsall Common's Persian restaurants

    Exciting food is always around the corner in the Birmingham area, and that certainly applies to the restaurants in Balsall Common. Where else can you tuck into the kind of Afghani and Persian delights offered by local standouts like Ashiana? Sample Afghan specialities like mantu breads stuffed with lamb or try Persian delicacies like baghali polo, cooked with broad beans and dill. Whatever you opt for, you're sure to find something new to try.
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    Feast on gourmet curries at Indian restaurants in Balsall Common

    But if you're just looking for finely cooked Indian dishes, Balsall Common's restaurants offer no lack of options. There are laidback venues like the Masala Club where the menu is dominated by Bengali recipes, and there are options like Kababish in nearby Moseley which offers a seemingly endless variety of Indian tapas dishes. Mix up light bites like tandoori barbecue wings, salmon cooked in a cumin marinade or spiced goat's cheese and spinach parcels, and sample as many delicious tastes as possible. It's ideal for celebration banquets.
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    Enjoy a feast of European cuisine at Balsall Common's restaurants

    The restaurants around Balsall Common aren't solely about spicy Asian cuisine, though. There are also some venues which specialise in cooking up first-rate gourmet European food. For example, if you're a fan of Iberian food, Byzantium Tapas should fit the bill. Order up a platter of chorizo, morcilla, Spanish omelette and whatever else takes your fancy, and pair it all up with a rich Rioja to toast the occasion. When you eat out at Balsall Common's restaurants you can tour the world, at least in a gastronomic sense. So explore, experiment and savour the finest food around.