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Cafés in Birmingham

 Dine out at superb cafes in Birmingham with Quandoo

Birmingham is a vibrant, down to earth place that is always changing, and that applies to its cafe scene too. All over the city, from Aston to Saltley, new places to eat are opening up all the time, offering a diverse range of cuisines and a relaxed place to meet up with friends. There are Italian cafes in Bordesley, Indian cafes in Moseley, and modern cafes in the Jewellery Quarter serving gourmet cuisine. So, pick a place that suits your tastes and set aside some time to explore the best cafes that Birmingham can offer.

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Earlswood
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5.8/68
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The Potting Shed at Singletons Nurseries

Bournheath
Caf飣££
5.1/662
The Potting Shed at Singletons Nurseries

D'Lush Desserts

Nechells
Caf飣££
3.5/639
D'Lush Desserts

The Next Desserts

Sheldon
Caf飣££
5.5/68
The Next Desserts

Cafe Morso Barnt Green

Barnt Green
Caf飣££
5.3/64
Cafe Morso Barnt Green

Cafe Morso Alvechurch

Centre
Caf飣££
5.3/63
Cafe Morso Alvechurch

Dweets

Surroundings
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Velvet Desserts

City Centre
Caf飣££
Velvet Desserts

Love2Lounge

Kings Heath
Caf飣££
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Kings Heath
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    Enjoy a healthy Mediterranean meal at Italian cafes in Birmingham

    Birmingham has had a thriving Italian community for 200 years. In the 19th century, thousands of southern Italians moved to the city to work in the steel industry, and many of these newcomers opened up cafes or restaurants. Nowadays, you'll find excellent Italian cafes in Birmingham, serving every variety of coffee you can imagine, alongside pasta dishes from all over the peninsular. If you'd like to enjoy a coffee with friends and a decadent tiramisu, head to one of Birmingham's cafes for a tasty treat!
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    Unwind with friends at the Indian cafes in Birmingham

    The other great immigration to Birmingham came from the Indian subcontinent. In the 20th century, Indians turned the area around Sparkbrook and Moseley into the Balti Triangle, opening some of the finest curry houses in Europe, let alone England. These days, you'll find plenty of cafes in the area too, serving Indian sweets like kulfi as well as lassis and coffees (and, of course, a wide variety of curries, biryanis and kebabs). Anyone who wants a spicy lunch and a place to work can find plenty of Indian cafes in Birmingham.
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    Visit the finest modern cafes in Birmingham

    However, if you want to dine in the city centre in stylish surroundings, you'll probably be drawn towards modern cafes in Birmingham. You'll find cafes specialising in exotic teas and chai fusions, organic cafes serving wholesome meals, espresso bars, sandwich cafes and bistro style places that bridge the gap between high-class restaurants and traditional cafes. There are cafes in the city centre to fit anyone's schedule. Whether you need a place for a quick lunch after shopping in town, or somewhere to spend a romantic evening, the cafes in Birmingham featured by Quandoo will be ideal.