Birmingham is foodies best kept secret - here’s why:
Hidden in the heart of the UK, you can find prestigious foodies' best-kept secret: Birmingham. From our Michelin stars to our treasure trove of local, home-grown talent, here’s why you need to taste what Birmingham’s food scene has to offer:
Dine on Michelin Star Menus
The Michelin Guide only awards its coveted stars to the world’s best restaurants. Birmingham and surrounding areas is home to seven restaurants to be awarded the glowing Michelin Star status. Purnell’s, one of the seven restaurants in Birmingham to hold the esteemed title, has now been crowned the UK’s second best restaurant. Birmingham’s chefs are consistently racing ahead of titans from the capital and other major cities in rankings of the best cuisine. Join the world’s best food critics in delighting in Birmingham’s ingenious flavours.
Buzzing Streetfood Scene
Spearheaded by Birmingham’s-own Digbeth Dining Club, the electric street food scene is lighting up the city. Inexpensive yet delectable, street food vendors offer flavours that pack a punch. One buzzing hub of street food activity can be found only a few minutes down the road from Hillscourt at Herberts Yard, Longbridge. Can’t decide which vendor to buy from, with affordable prices, you don’t have to.
Cultures from around the world
In Birmingham, you can eat from 30 countries from around the world without even needing to leave the city. As one of Europe’s most international cities, you can transform your visit to Birmingham into a culinary adventure from exciting cosines from around the globe.
Birmingham first earned its place on the world stage for its revolutionary engineering and creativity. That inventive spirit has not left us and can be found on the plates crafted by our homegrown chefs. You don’t need to look any further than Hillscourt’s own masterful chefs. We take care and pride in delighting you with flavours you didn’t know you craved.