Bulgarian Village Kitchen Birmingham is where to head for proper cuisine from the Balkans that’s something a bit different to your regular meal out. Indeed, Bulgarian food is probably the most popular out of those coming from the Balkans owing to its diversity, traditions and use of simple ingredients. From the menu at Bulgarian Village Kitchen you can therefore expect plenty of traditional dishes made according to centuries-old recipes, as well as some Bulgarian Village Kitchen signatures that are a bit more contemporary. Our suggestion? Try the clay pot chicken sach for something completely authentic. You’ll find Bulgarian Village Kitchen Birmingham on Suffolk Street Queensway as you head towards Ladywood. Reservations are essential.
Great visit, pleasant service and decent food at a decent price
Interesting place, good food. Liked the atmosphere and the decor. The wait for a tad long but it was worth it.
The food & service here is wonderful & the restaurant is lovely. The food is really reasonably priced & really good value for money but at £8.50 for a large glass of wine after 2 glasses each the drinks bill came to the same as the food! Wouldn't put us off going again though - we just won't drink as much next time!
Bulgarian Village Kitchen Birmingham will charm your socks off. It’s welcoming, unique and the menu genuinely does arouse some curiosity. As mentioned above, Bulgarian food is perhaps the most popular of all the Balkan cuisines because it’s hearty and simple. Bulgarian recipes produce big flavours with pretty basic ingredients and it’s this that we and the rest of Birmingham love. On Suffolk Street Queensway, not far from Birmingham New Street station towards Ladywood, Bulgarian Village Kitchen offers a dose of something different that we think you’ll love.
Whether you've tried Bulgarian food before or are new to it, the Bulgarian Village Kitchen menu has some of the most popular traditional dishes as well as signature creations. Starting with a soup is a good shout – try the traditional bean or cold yoghurt cucumber varieties – then there are hot and cold starters that range from chicken hearts smothered in butter to pastrami with Bulgarian white cheese. For your main, try a clay pot or the chicken vretano, a chicken fillet stuffed with pickled cucumber, melted cheese and ham, served on a bed of mushroom white wine sauce and smooth mashed potato. Though, there’s plenty more charcoal grilled meat on offer for a further little nibble. Bulgarian food in Birmingham doesn’t get better. Set a course for Ladywood and get involved.