Staying in is the new going out in the current situation, but that doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your favourite food and drink. Many of Birmingham’s finest restaurants, delis and bars are bringing everything you need to your door.
Here are some of our favourites in Birmingham…
Gaijin Sushi is a small, unique restaurant where you sit directly facing the chef as he prepares your food. The finest, freshest ingredients from around the world complete this outstanding dining experience.
Gaijin means “outsider” or “non-Japanese”, and this excellent sushi restaurant was one of the first in the city to close out of concern for public health and the good people of Birmingham. You can return the favour by showing your support and ordering your dinner from Gaijin today.
Loki Wine is an award-winning wine merchant and craft beer specialist based in Edgbaston which offers an exceptional range of high quality booze as well as operating a large deli during the day.
While we don’t recommend visiting a deli at the moment, shop owner Phil Innes told Birmingham Live that Loki Wine is operating free local delivery (within five miles), and free delivery outside that radius on orders of £70 or more.
If you’re looking for pizza in Birmingham, there’s only one place to go. Otto is set up in the middle of the Jewellery Quarter and uses the finest British and Italian ingredients to serve up some truly special pizzas.
This much-loved pizzeria is now on Uber Eats, meaning you can get the best pizza in the city delivered direct to your door.
Sabai Sabai was born in Moseley Village and is now one of Birmingham’s premier Thai restaurants, with branches across the West Midlands. The food is wonderful, making you feel like you’ve travelled to the other side of the world for dinner.
The restaurant will be offering takeaway deliveries from two of its sites which is free and contactless, as well as offering 25% off your bill. We really can’t recommend this one highly enough!