Cafés in Solihull

 Kick back and relax at quality cafes in historic Solihull

Solihull was rated the best place to live in 2013 by the uSwitch Quality of Life Index, so it should come as no surprise that this affluent corner of the West Midlands has plenty of premium eateries to enjoy. With its quaint cobbled high street and leafy surroundings, cafes in Solihull are the perfect place to slow down the pace, savour some quality good and watch the world go by. Historically a market town, Solihull escaped the sprawl of the industrialisation in the late 19th century, while the bombing raids that decimated nearby Coventry and much of Birmingham barely touched the Tudor architecture and listed buildings that still line the high street today. If you’re looking for traditional tea rooms and cafes, Solihull won’t disappoint.

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    Enjoy old favourites or discover new ones at Solihull cafes

    The traditional English cafe is a culinary institution. Up early and need a good meal to set you up for the day? A full English with all the trimmings is a treat for the taste buds, while nothing beats a crispy bacon sandwich that’s sure to satiate appetites. If you fancy something a little different, there’s always inspired items like the breakfast pizza, while the trendy Touchwood shopping centre in the heart of Solihull hosts cafes boasting continental and international cuisines.
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    Solihull’s cafes offer mouth-watering meals throughout the day

    This bustling town is an economic centre and a thriving retail hub, with Solihull cafes a popular haunt for hungry workers looking for midday meals. If you’re craving the call of burgers and chips, greasy spoon cafes in Solihull aren’t hard to find. And for those who prefer something that’s a little lighter on their waistlines, there’s Solihull cafes serving up healthier fare like avocado on toast, premium poached eggs, or spinach and feta omelettes.
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    Fuel up on good food at Solihull cafes before exploring the sights

    The motto of Solihull is Urbs in Rure, which means Town in Country. It’s a fair assessment of a place that manages to provide all the amenities of modern living while still maintaining a real sense of history and heritage. It’s easy to spend a day exploring the town centre alone, with the sprawling Touchwood shopping centre serving as a refreshing alternative to Birmingham’s Bullring. Whether you’re looking for a great breakfast, breaking for lunch, or desperate for a delicious dinner, there’s no shortage of options of cafes in Solihull. Take your pick from the best of them and book a table online with Quandoo.