Milan Indian Cuisine nestled in Birmingham’s upmarket Jewellery Quarter has been serving modern Indian cuisine on Newhall Street. Under the guidance of head chef Parvinder Singh Multani, Milan Indian Cuisine is the home of contemporary northern Indian cuisine, characterised by lighter plates and less oil used in the cooking process, than traditional Indian cuisine to Birmingham’s in-the-know locals and curry fans from further afield looking for something a little more subtle than chicken tikka, half chips and half rice.
The Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham is a traditional curry house serving fantastic curries, prepared with expert care by Milan Indian’s cuisine’s head chef Parvinder Singh Multani, but without the gaudy backdrop that is so common in lesser Birmingham curry houses. Milan Indian Cuisine is unrivalled in its commitment to producing north Indian specialities, prepared simply, and plated beautifully. Choose from a menu littered with chef specials like lamb seekh gilafi, a blend of spiced lamb, skewered, rolled in paprika and onions and then roasted in the charcoal oven, or one of the menu’s varied vegetarian dishes.
The dining room on Milan Indian Cuisine’s Newhall Street location is a simple, chic affair. Think straight-backed chairs in dark wood, napkins in wine glasses and white tablecloths. This is serious Indian dining after all. The city centre’s premier Indian restaurant has the capacity to seat 100 diners, and can serve as an ideal venue for a private function. Milan Indian Cuisine’s private functions can be catered either by buffet or by a set menu. The restaurant is open Monday-Friday for lunch and dinner, and from 5.30pm on Saturday evening.
Really great value for money reasonable £4.95 each; Staff friendly and helpful, always topping the food up so plenty to eat and a good variety
Excellent meal, good value for money. I'll definitely recommend the Milan to others. The South Indian Spicy Chicken was delicious! Staff were very friendly and helpful.
The staff go out of their way to recommend dishes and top up your drinks. The food was lovely, thoroughly enjoyed it and will most certainly be going back.
Good food, good service! Wasn't as busy as you would think it would be for a Saturday night. Was a nice relaxing atmosphere. Easy to find and easy to find parking too
The food was below average in light of some of the amazing Indian restaurants in Birmingham - it was far too salty. The service was OK, but when we 'tongue in cheek' asked for a liqueur to celebrate our friend's birthday, it was as if we had insulted them by the mere fact we had asked. Having spent over £130 between 4 of us, we weren't expecting free alcohol but we weren't expecting the gentle disdain with which our request was met. There are many great Indian restaurants in Birmingham but this just isn't one of them.
A pleasant atmosphere, very popular on the Saturday evening we went. Food was good but spicing a little on the safe side. Waiting staff friendly and attentive.
The service was very slow and the food didn't really taste like proper Indian curry. The waiting staff was unclear on some parts of the menu, especially the desert; they couldn't explain what a gulab jamun or kulfi was. The interior is clean, and quiet. Overall, the experience was mediocre and the food wasn't that great.
food was nice - but nothing spectacular. got pur dessert order wrong and the bill had to be changed. nice wine, naan bread was good.
Unfortunately, despite booking with Quandoo and arriving at the restaurant on time, after a wait of 45 minutes and still no food, nor any communication from the staff, we left without eating anything at all. Won't visit this restaurant again but will use Quandoo for booking somewhere else.