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GO Vegetarian In Birmingham

Vegetarian Restaraunts in Birmingham Once upon a time one vegetarian option on the menu seemed to be all that was required to fend off hungry veggies, but thankfully the world has moved on and there’s now plenty of places that offer tempting treats for non-meat eaters and carnivores alike.

Rogan’s [map] on College Road is one such place. With a relaxed and ambient atmopshere Rogan’s is the perfect place to wind down after a busy weekend. Prices are low and the vegetarian and vegan dishes are said to be excellent. Choose from falafel, Italian herb burger, lentil and tomato quiche, chilli beans and basmalti rice and some mouth watering desserts that are nearly all vegan.

If you’re just looking for a good simple burger head to The Warehouse Café [map] in Digbeth, which is famous for serving the best bulgar wheat chilli burgers in the area. This warm and welcoming café has some unique dishes on the menu including some unusual and ultra-fresh milkshakes and imaginative salads. Particularly catering for vegans, The Warehouse café is sure to appeal to any non-meat eaters who happen to wander in too.

For an award-winning vegetarian curry try The Jyoti Vegetarian Restaurant [map] on Stratford Road. Largely regarded as one of the best restaurants in Birmingham, The Jyoti offers a winning combination of delicious food, ready to help staff, and a relaxed and informal atmopshere. Specialities include Masala Dhosa, chilli Paaneer, and the Jyoti Thali. There’s plenty to choose from and main meals come in at around the £5 mark making it a perfect choice for a large group of people or if you’re sticking to a budget.

If you’re dining with less adventurous meat-eating friends who still need a dose of chicken or beef, book a table at Coconut Lagoon [map] on Bennett’s Hill, which has also won awards for its excellent cuisine.
This vibrant and lively restaurant is influenced by the tastes and flavours of Kerala, Goa, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh. Vegetarian dishes include masalla thosai, which is a speciality and consists of a rice and split pea pancakes filled with potato, cabbage, peas and carrots. Meat-eaters will be tempted by shakoothi, which is a Goan-style chicken roasted with mild chilli, tamarind, and mustard seeds in a thick sauce and served with mango rice.

Plenty more delicious dishes can be ordered at Beau Thai [map] in Solihull, which was Solihull’s very first Thai restaurant and continues to lead where others follow. Here you’ll find an extensive menu for those new to Thai food. Savour the tastes of tempura, sweet chilli sauce, vegetarian green curry, or hot red beef curry. If you’re not sure what to ask for friendly staff dressed in traditional costume are on hand to offer suggestions on flavourings and spice requirements.

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