Tulip Inn Jarvis Clayton Lodge Hotel

Clayton Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, ST5 4AF, United Kingdom
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best indian restaurants? city centre

by andrew2347

My son, indian food lover plus plus is starting a job in tamworth, staying in birmingham, can any member suggest the best indian restaurants ,in their opinion,, thank you,

Re: best indian restaurants? city centre

by kayleigh06

In the city centre there isn't a lot of Indian Restaurants, there is a few but you will find more the further out of the city centre in the predominantly Asian areas.

You will find loads around the Balti Triangle in Sparkhill (about 10 mins from the City Centre) which has about 50 restaurants all within a few roads with Al Frash on the Ladypool Road supposedly one of the best. I reckon you should try round there.

I have been to a few on all different sides of Brum and there's two that stand out for me - Khanum on Bristol Road in Selly Oak and Jeera on the Chester Road in Castle Bromwich.

If you need anymore help give us a shout and I'll try to give you a hand.


Re: best indian restaurants? city centre

by andrew2347

Thank u Kayleigh for your prompt reply, my son has decided on Al Frash. were flying down in two weeks to view his accommadation,, as parents do,, old farts,, hes taking us for dinner,set meal for 4 ,40 pounds, very very cheap by Edinburgh standards, thank you.

Re: best indian restaurants? city centre

by kayleigh06

No worries, enjoy your meal!

Re: best indian restaurants? city centre

by tango_jd

Yes see Kayleigh's answer - Al Frash is brilliant. Recently refurbished and a new exciting menu.
This is a Balti restaurant so a little different to the "normal" indian restaurants.
There used to be a lot of restaurants along Bristol Street just off the Ringway but it is worth going a little further to the Balti Triangle simply for the huge choice.
As well as Al Frash here, Punjab Paradise, Imrans and Shebab are all very good.
Look-up Birmingham Restaurants and there are lots of review sites to study.

Travel Tips for Birmingham

City center is beautiful. It...

by barcodex

City center is beautiful. It does not absolutely remind a center of an industrial city. A lot of beautiful buildings from XVIII-XIX-XX centuries, including city council and city museum are situated in 1 minute walk from the place where from this picture was taken.

Brindley Place

by kayleigh06

I always remember coming down to Brindley place when I was younger to go to The National SeaLife Centre which is just next to Brindley Place. Especially in the Summer next to the canal this area of Birmingham can be a good area to come to especially if you have children.

Bull Ring Shopping Centre

by Galahad

Well I finally have been to see The Bull Ring which opened on 4th September 2003. This brand new £500m city centre shopping centre maybe the largest shopping centre in Europe but I was a little disappointed.
The new Selfridge's Department Store is certainly architecturely stunning but I think it is better on the outside than the inside. The food hall is certainly exciting but the exotic is carried too far most of the time. I'm afraid I do not feel qualified to write about the other departments.
March 2004 Selfridges have announced that the store has been so successful that they are to spend GBP2m on refurbishing, reorganising and extending some departments. The main areas will be the food hall, the wine department (50% of sales are champagne) and some of the clothes departments.
October 2005 The readers of the magazine "In Style" have voted Selfridges as the best department store both in London and outside the capital.
The new Bull Ring contains 1.2 million sq ft of retail space. About 100 different retailers opened in the centre and they recruited about 8000 staff for the whole of the centre when they opened.
Glass from the old Bull Ring Centre has been reused to create a major glass artwork at one of the entrances for an observatory cafe for Border Books overlooking St Martin's Square, but on the day I visited I could not find it.
November 2007 In the first year after opening, The Bull Ring had 36.5 million visitors and is the most visited shopping centre outside of London's West End.

Drive! Drive! Drive!

by SilverNemesis

Public transport is crap. Travel West Midlands has most of the routes sewn up and is slowly dropping many of the late services. Central Trains are unreliable and are owned by the same company that owns Travel West Midlands - National Express Group.

Advice is simple - Hire yourself a car, get an A to Z and save yourself the hassle.

A big decision to make...left or right ?

by sourbugger about Rimski's of Stourbridge

If it is ever your dubious pleasure to have to while away an hour or two (as I had to recently)in the chav hell-hole that is Stourbridge town Centre, then there is a little oasis of civilisation that you can use.

Rimski's is located at the far end of the High street, nect to the town hall. If you eneter on the left hand side you enter a red and modern coffe shop whilst taking the right hand dooe leads to a rather quaint but fresh Tea-shop.

Owned by the same people and sharing catering, it come down to personal choice. Are you hip and trendy ? - thus turning left, or traditional and solid - thus turning right.

I'll leave you to guess which way Sourbugger turned !


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