Ethiopian cuisine is an oft neglected culinary gem, and the team at the Blue Nile Restaurant in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter are on a mission to right that. Here, the kitchen serves unapologetically authentic Ethiopian dishes. This commitment to traditional cooking and ingredients is converting many of Birmingham’s uninitiated to a loyal legion of fans. Those looking for a culinary adventure in the Jewellery Quarter could not be better paired than with the innovative, authentic flavours coming from Blue Nile’s kitchen.
The team at Blue Nile welcome guests to their cozy dining room on Great Hampton Street in Birmingham. Once seated, first time visitors are likely to benefit from the expertise of the waiting staff to help them navigate the menu and find something to their taste. Of course, there’s plenty of tasty morsels on offer here, and we recommend that diners keen on spice try the yebeg keye wot, a delicious blend of hot Ethiopian peppers, onions and herbs, served with
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Great good and good service. Orthentic food wee presented and good Ethiopian beer.
Really friendly staff who recommended us some delicious dishes. We were thinking of getting starters but the main portion size was huge. Will definitely come back again.
Food was as excellent as ever. This was our fifth visit and we continue to enjoy it. The only comment would be that the restaurant was cold.
There’s something of a revolution afoot in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Here, among upmarket shops and boutiques, the Blue Nile Restaurant is serving hungry Brummies with authentic Ethiopian food every day. The Great Hampton Street restaurant is slowly gaining a reputation as the premier Ethiopian restaurant in the city and surrounds, and was recently awarded an international accolade for its excellent food. Diners are invited to sample East African delights like yesom beyayinetu, a delicious, filling lentil dish, or more familiar favourites like samosas, presented Blue Nile style!