Dear diners, keep an eye out for Monday Curry Night & Thursday Ladies Night. Please contact the restaurant directly for more information.
Free parking is available for ASDA members of the restaurant.
While Indian restaurants in the United Kingdom are certainly not few and far between, Indico Street Kitchen & Bar stands out from the crowd in more ways than one. This Solihull restaurant specialises in Indian street food, and you’ll find a range of chaats, tandoor specialties and curry selections to make you weak at the knees. This eclectic and colourful restaurant is arguably one of the most vibrant in Shirley, and its interior is decorated with bright umbrellas hanging from the roof and art works adorning the walls, so you’ll be in for a truly sensory experience, that’s for sure. You’ll find Indico Street Kitchen & Bar in Parkgate Shopping Centre, along Stratford Road – booking ahead is essential!
As we mentioned before, dining at Indico Street Kitchen & Bar in Shirley is a full sensory experience. Along with the vibrant decor of the restaurant, the aromas coming from the kitchen will certainly get those tastebuds salivating. The cuisine here is not like the usual curry house dishes. Instead you’ll find more creative selections, inspired by traditional Indian cooking techniques. Start your Indico Street Kitchen & Bar culinary journey with some chaats. These are small tapas-like dishes – great for sharing – and we recommend the chilli paneer, aloo tikki and lollipop chicken, all of which are fresh and vibrant.
Following on, no visit to Indico Street Kitchen & Bar is complete without a curry or tandoori main. The chicken korma here is exceptional and is flavoured with turmeric, coconut milk and onion gravy, and the Dal Makhani with black lentils and red kidney beans in a rich, creamy sauce is one of the best in Solihull. We also highly recommend the tandoori chicken leg marinated in red chilli, black pepper and yoghurt for those after a truly flavoursome kick. Indico Street Kitchen & Bar is located within Parkgate Shopping Centre on Stratford Road, about ten minutes from the Solihull centre. Enjoy!
First time at this restaurant and food was amazing. Excellent friendly staff, great service. I would recommend and will definitely be returning soon. Thank you
It was our First visit , and we will definitely be back ! Food and drinks were lovely and the interior design is certainly unique - the overall atmosphere in the place is very friendly .
Delicious food, courteous staff, fantastic decor and an excellent venue to visit. The service was quick and friendly and the food was perfect. One of the bestIndian food in West Midlands. Would definitely go back!
Very good food at excellent prices all with superb service. Marvellous decor and surrounding. Definitely visit again. Would definetly recommend this restaurant to anyone and everyone.
Third visit. Exceptionally good food, fascinating decor, acceptable pricing, service could do with a bit of improvement. Food truly delicious and clearly prepared well in advance by experienced chefs, eg meats are infused with sauces, not just covered in them. Lamb Rogan Josh and Butter Chicken are our favourites so far. Some great cocktails, less impressed by the Indian Wine we tried but it was a sample of one and I'm not convinced about wine with really spicy dishes anyway. Young and inexperienced staff will, no doubt, improve with time. However, it's always annoying to be waiting for service and to have to call someone over when staff are not busy - they need to learn to monitor tables and anticipate when they are needed. Also a smile and maybe a bit of chat would help, even if they are feeling nervous. Fabulous value on Monday 'curry night'; don't push prices too far the rest of the time - this is outside ASDA in Shirley, not central Birmingham!
Visited recently on a Monday night for what they designate Curry Night with friends making us a party of 6 in total. Thought we would sample the cocktails which were 2 for the price of 1. What they hadn't told us was that to get the 2nd cocktail free it had to be exactly the same as the first order. As we had ordered a variety of cocktails they wanted to charge us full price for each one. Nowhere does it say the drinks have to be the same and no-one said anything while we were ordering. I don't think the young waitress even knew that was the case. On Curry Night they promote an offer of a free drink but again this is only available if you order a specific curry from the menu, not any curry. Again nowhere on the menu does it tell you this nor did the waitress mention it. As a result only 4 of the drinks were free and we were charges full price for the other 2. We also had one of their vouchers for £10 off if you spent £30 on food but they would not honour this as it was "Curry Night". Given that we spent almost £140 in total this seemed a little churlish. Overall we still enjoyed ourselves but decided that we probably wouldn't return.
The food was excellent and great to see cobra and kingfisher on draught. The wine was good and there was no chilli sauce eat on the table, when we asked for some we were charged for it, where most restaurant provide it for free, but we will be going again. A meal for two, main, pudding and drinks came to just under £60.
Went there for a first after my mom recommended it and I absolutely loved it. We got the the pav bhaji, vada pa, masala chips and chai. It definitely fulfilled my street food cravings.The prices are very reasonable.They have definitely earned themselves a regular customer.
Our party of 7 really enjoyed the atmosphete of Indico. It was something different to try..not your usually curry house.. food was great, fresh, quick, lovely decor really colourful place. Place was quite echoy so even the little bit of noise made everything sound noise.
Attended the ladies evening on a Thursday night, we shared a variety of chats and a sharing platter which was more than enough food for the four of us all very enjoyable washed down with two for 1 cocktails😀 Good value, good food.