Ana Rocha was born from the concept of wanting to create something completely new for Birmingham. Fuelled by passion for the Mediterranean, this unique and creative space is art gallery, trendy bar and Spanish tapas restaurant all rolled into one, taking guests on a culinary journey through Spain. Located on Frederick Street in the Jewellery Quarter, Ana Rocha offers an array of hot and cold tapas dishes, like the croquetas de bacalao and the mejillones en escabeche, as well as cured meats and cheeses including jamón ibérico de cebo and queso manchego flor de esgueva and an extensive range of specially imported Spanish wines. Indulge in delicious Spanish tapas, wine and art at Ana Rocha today!
Very friendly and helpful staff even though the restaurant was very busy. Lovely food and drink. Super atmosphere thanks to all these things plus the idiosyncratic objet dart.
Great quirky Tapas restaurant and bar in a weird and wonderful antiques showroom. Good food and drinks, friendly helpful staff, even gave us free shots.
Excellent place! Recommended by my daughter and was not disappointed. Lovely place, great food and wonderful staff. Had a fab afternoon there! Will definitely go back and recommend to others.
We have been to Ana Rocha on a few occasions so it was a no brainer to return....Great service, food and atmosphere as always! Fantastic night!
Fabulous evening celebrating Ana Rocha's first birthday - music and atmosphere as fantastic as always, with the added extra of Brazilian dancers. Food and cocktails were both excellent. The best place for an evening of eating, drinking and music in Birmingham.
It was an interesting place with the art work all around. There was a nice selection of bears and gins too. The wife had a lovely drink which is basically a Liquid Crema Catalana with booze. There was a special on and had the Brazilian tapas and it was all fantastic. The wife had all fish tapas and was Very happy with what she got. Can't wait to return to sample for fantastic food.
Excellent service and fabulous atmosphere with love music. Tasty food served in good time. Watch out for specials as they are delicious but pricey! All tapas menu items around £6-£8, offered a few then was offered special of lamb and presumed it was similar price to other dishes, maybe slightly more as it was lamb... When we the bill it was around £18 for just this one small dish and no mention of price. Would we return.. definitely! Book in advance to reserve your seat.
A really nice relaxed atmosphere and the food was good. Was offered a complimentary shot on arrival and asked if we wanted to order drinks several times, however once our drinks had arrived took a while for them to take our food order and we had to request for them to take it. My friend (male) said the toilets weren't very clean. But overall, the food was very good and there was a live saxophonist to entertain, I would certainly visit again.
Ana Rocha never fails, amazing Tapas & the best cocktails in Birmingham..... I absolutely love this place, such a good vibe and the staff are amazing, especially the door man.
Our 2nd time here. Last time was on a friday night (live jazz music) whereas it was a saturday this time ('Ibiza' night, although it was just a dj playin a normal mix of songs). It was definitely busier but the food and cocktails were delicious again. Service was slow enough but we weren't in a rush. Preferred when they had live music but still had a very good night