For an incredibly sophisticated North Indian dining experience in Birmingham city centre, Pushkar provides the ultimate venue. Exquisite cocktails and fine wines alongside incredible South Asian dishes have earned the restaurant numerous accolades and awards, making it well-known throughout Birmingham for its dedication to excellence. Found just moments from Birmingham New Street Station on popular Broad Street, Pushkar takes diners on an unforgettable culinary journey in the heart of the city. To make sure that you don’t miss out on a table at Birmingham's Pushkar restaurant, make sure to reserve a table well in advance – believe us, it’s worth it!
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Great food and atmosphere. Will definitely return soon. The Jalfrezi was to die for.
Beautiful restaurent staff were very friendly and attentive wonderful food came as an anniversary celebration and it did not dissapoint thank you for lovely evening
Found at the foot of one of Birmingham’s finest examples of Brutalist architecture, the Jurys Inn hotel building, Pushkar on Birmingham’s Broad Street astounds guests with its beautiful contemporary dining space and exceptional South Asian cuisine. Led by head chef Bishal Rasaily in the kitchen, this city centre restaurant gives traditional Indian dishes a gourmet upgrade, adding an extra level of flavour, culinary expertise and finesse. Mixing, shaking and pouring behind the bar, Pushkar’s mixologists create the perfect counterpart to the cuisine on offer, with signature martinis (how about a fresh lychee martini muddled with premium vanilla beans?), delicious lassis, fresh juices, fine wines and draught beers on offer.
When taking a look at Pushkar’s extensive a la carte menu, it will likely be difficult to come to a final decision. Thankfully, everything offered is absolutely delicious, whether it’s the tandoori king prawns, the vegetable korma or the decadent swiss chocolate cake. For starters, we recommend the masala crab cakes or the vegetarian vermicelli Williams, potatoes filled with spiced peas, rolled in vermicelli then fried until golden with a sweet yoghurt and fruity tamarind sauce. As for mains, make sure to try the tariwala murgh, a house specialty consisting of chicken breast slowly simmered in a tomato and onion broth. Vegetarians are encouraged to go for the phaldari kofta, minced seasonal vegetables cooked in a rich sauce with potatoes and spiced dumplings filled with dried fruits and sultanas. Any choice is a good choice for dessert at Birmingham’s Pushkar restaurant, with unique options like garam masala brulee, homemade kulfi and chocomosa (chocolate samosa!) on offer. There’s a reason why this Birmingham city centre restaurant is a huge success – make a reservation to experience it for yourself.