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Fine Dining in Birmingham There are plenty of modern and chic restaurants offering fine dining in Birmingham and you’ll also find some classically luxurious places to dine too.

Bank Birmingham [map], Brindley Place, is a cool modern restaurant located beside a 19th century canal. With a chic atmosphere and frequented by the rich and famous of Birmingham this is the perfect place to dress up and indulge in some excellent cuisine. There are plenty of dishes to choose from and a number of signature dishes too. Brunch is available at the weekends and families with young children are also welcome.

Recreate the hay day of Sex And The City by booking a table at the exclusive Fifty Two Degrees North [map], Arcadian, Hurst Street.

Recreating Manhattan on Hurst Street might have seemed like an ambitious idea but this restaurant has got it just right. With an atmosphere of cool crisp jazz, a plush décor and intimate booths dotted around the lounge bar, dining at Fifty Two Degrees North makes you feel like you’re on the set of a Woody Allen film.

The menu includes international dishes such as oysters Kilpatrick, Thai fish laksa, roasted lamb stuff with prunes, pancetta and pine nuts and grilled halibut with chilli and ginger. There’s also lobster with Champagne sauce if you’re in a romantic mood.

After desert it’s time to kick back, relax with a Cuban cigar in one hand, and soak up the truly unique atmosphere.

If classic chic isn’t your style get bang up to date with a visit to the lively Zinc Bar and Grill [map], Regency Wharf, Gas Street Basin.
This attractive restaurant doesn’t put a foot wrong with its bubbly décor, funky atmosphere and fresh healthy food. Specialities include seafood, grills, and salads like none you’ll have ever tasted before.

For a taste of Asian cuisine at its best head to Shogan Teppanyaki Restaurant [map], Unit 15, The Waters Edge, Brindley Place, Broad Street. Teppanyaki restaurants are always lots of fun and the friendliness of the staff at Shogan makes this place a real joy to visit.

Sit around the tepan and choose from a range of fresh food, then wait for the show to begin. Chopping, juggling, shouting, throwing - it’s a unique floorshow that you’re unlikely to see in any other restaurant.
Try a range of sushi (including vegetarian and vegan), chicken, steaks, tempura, and oodles of noodles and fresh beansprouts.

There’s also a good selection of desserts on offer if you’re not already brimming with excellent Japanese cuisine.

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