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Restaurants in Dickens Heath, Birmingham

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Dickens Heath is a pretty little village located on the border of Solihull and Tanworth-in-Arden. Today it is busy and modern, but its agricultural roots as a farming community are hundreds of years old. Once a sparse area of fields, woodland and agricultural buildings, today it is thriving and well-heeled, with plenty of local attractions to interest visitors. Head to the local nature reserve or travel to Winterbourne House and Gardens, enjoy a round of golf or potter around Akamba nursery and garden centre. There are also some excellent restaurants around Dickens Heath when you are ready to dine!

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    What sort of restaurants can you enjoy in Dickens Heath?

    There is a good range of restaurants in and around Dickens Heath. Enjoy a classic English meal of home-made steak pudding and chips at one of the local gastropubs, or a hearty portion of fish and chips at a local English cafe. Enjoy a lavish Indian feast with side dishes galore, or tuck into noodles on the go for a quick lunch at a local Chinese restaurant. Why not enjoy a romantic meal of fresh fish, vegetables and pasta dishes at an Italian bistro, or enjoy steak frites at one of the French restaurants near Dickens Heath. The area is well served for eateries, with surrounding villages also easily accessible and offering enticing gastronomic experiences.
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    Which Dickens Heath restaurants do Quandoo users recommend?

    Many Quandoo users have enjoyed the restaurants in Dickens Heath, and you can read their reviews to check out which are the best. For example, Janaki on Main Street in the town centre is highly recommended. It is an excellent Indian restaurant in Dickens Heath that serves a mix of traditional curries with some delicious house specials. The service is attentive and the chefs take pride in creating mouth-watering dishes. Treat yourself to a biryani or a dhansak witha range of chutneys, sag aloo, chapatis and perhaps an indulgent Peshwari naan packed with almonds, raisins and butter.
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    Dickens Heath's restaurants are local hotspots

    Don't forget to book ahead with Quandoo as the restaurants in Dickens Heath can get busy. These eateries are popular local hotspots for social gatherings and special occasions, and evenings and weekends are particularly packed. You can reserve your table two hours before you wish to dine with Quandoo and avoid needing to queue or being turned away. Simply book online in a few clicks with Quandoo, enjoy a superb meal in a cosy, welcoming atmosphere and then leave your review for other diners to benefit from when considering their own choice of restaurants in Dickens Heath for a meal out.