every bite is a celebration of India's rich culinary heritage.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, what better way to celebrate the romantic occasion than by dining at a delightful Indian restaurant?
Birmingham, a city pulsating with culinary flair, offers a plethora of Valentine’s Day restaurant deals to make your celebration truly special and Indian restaurants are no exception.
Whether you are looking for an intimate Michelin Star dinner or a vibrant atmosphere with quality food, there are plenty of options to suit all needs.
They promise to ignite the flames of love and satisfy your taste buds.
Join us on a gastronomic journey as we explore the city’s most enchanting Indian restaurants to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Located in the heart of Grand Central, Mowgli offers an enchanting dining experience that perfectly complements the romantic atmosphere of the season.
Step into the vibrant ambience of Mowgli and prepare to be delighted by an extensive array of tantalizing dishes crafted with passion and authenticity.
From fragrant daals to savoury chaats and aromatic house curries, every bite is a celebration of India’s rich culinary heritage.
Enhance your dining experience with Mowgli’s exquisite signature cocktails, expertly crafted to tantalise your tastebuds and ignite the senses.
Alternatively, savour the refreshing notes of their curated selection of beers, perfectly complementing the bold flavours of the cuisine.
Immerse yourself in the flavours of North India this Valentine’s Day at Indico, nestled within Birmingham’s iconic Mailbox district.
Transporting you to the bustling streets of Punjab, Indico invites you to indulge in an authentic culinary journey inspired by the vibrant tapestry of Indian street food culture.
Enjoy dishes that burst with bold flavours and vibrant spices.
Whether it be Punjabi Samosa Chaat or Tandoori Dhaba Chicken, every bite at Indico is a celebration of culinary artistry.
This Birmingham restaurant is known for its selection of Thalis so why not combine Indian favourites to share with your loved one?
Indico promises an experience that transcends the ordinary and creates lasting memories to cherish.
Pushkar Cocktail Bar
Pushkar is renowned as one of Birmingham’s premier destinations for Indian food and handcrafted cocktails.
Step into the opulent realm of Pushkar and prepare to be mesmerised by its lavish decor, featuring gold embellished tables and a sleek white cocktail bar.
Pushkar pushes the boundaries of conventional cooking, offering a culinary journey that is both captivating and extraordinary.
With a selection of menus, there is bound to be something to suit all tastes.
From classic curries to innovative appetisers, each bite is a symphony of flavours that dance on the palate.
Pushkar is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a special menu that costs £39 per person for two courses or a three-course meal for £45.
Pushkar ensures a romantic evening that transcends the ordinary and leaves you with cherished memories to treasure forever.
Varanasi exudes luxury as soon as you step in, a perfect setting for Valentine’s Day.
The culinary and hospitality team have strived to create an unmatchable experience. This is also reflected in the luxurious and creative food menu with the hand-crafted decor to match that ethos.
The kitchen teams create modern dishes using traditional techniques and the finest quality ingredients that have been curated by some of the industry’s leading chefs.
Each dish is crafted with meticulous attention to detail and a passion for perfection.
Popular dishes include Tandoori Lamb Chops and Lucknow Lamb Biryani but there is bound to be something that tantalises your palate.
The restaurant has a special Valentine’s Day menu consisting of three courses and costing £69 per person.
Complementing the culinary offerings are three cocktail bars, where expert mixologists concoct an array of innovative drinks to ignite the senses.
Umami Indian Kitchen
When it comes to affordable Indian food, Umami Indian Kitchen in Harborne comes to mind.
The chef is integral to the restaurant’s success and his passion for the dishes he creates ensures exciting new taste sensations as well as mouth-watering favourites.
An extensive menu boasts an array of dishes from Coastal Favourites to Eastern India Favourites.
The Royal Kitchen’s selection of dishes are intricate and consists of novelty Awadhi delicacies including parathas, biryani, and of course the famous kebabs from Lucknow.
A recommended dish is Idrees Ki Biryani, which is a vibrant dish of fluffy rice, succulent meat and heady aromas.
Focusing on the aromas, flavours are layered with succulent lamb or chicken.
Dishoom is a go-to choice for Indian food when in Birmingham.
For Valentine’s Day, traditional grills, tantalising small plates and artisanal cocktails converge to create an unforgettable celebration of love and romance.
Prepare to be dazzled by a culinary journey that marries the rich flavours of traditional grills with innovative small plates, showcasing the diversity and complexity of Indian cuisine.
From succulent kebabs to flavorful appetisers, each dish is a masterpiece of culinary artistry that ignites the senses and leaves a lasting impression.
Complementing the gastronomic offerings is an array of handcrafted cocktails, expertly crafted to elevate your dining experience on the romantic occasion.
From dry tipples that exude sophistication to refreshing watermelon sharbats and indulgent monsoon martinis, there’s a drink to suit every taste and preference.
If you’re looking to enjoy a lavish evening with your loved one then Opheem is an Indian restaurant to visit on Valentine’s Day.
Led by chef Aktar Islam, the Summer Row restaurant is inspired by the progressive cooking of chefs attached to various historical Indian royal courts, from as far back as the 13th century.
The fine dining restaurant has special tasting menus that feature seasonal ingredients.
The A La Carte menu has modern bites such as aged sirloin, braised cheek with BBQ greens and spinach as well as soft shell crab with a caraway seed tempura and crab shaami.
Opheem was recently awarded a second Michelin Star, becoming the first Birmingham restaurant to achieve such a feat.
This makes a visit to the restaurant for Valentine’s Day all the more enticing.
Situated in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, Rajdoot Tandoori is an award-winning restaurant that is known for its tandoori dishes.
The chefs are specially trained in India and have been preparing traditional authentic North Indian curry dishes for almost 50 years.
House Specials include the tender Lamb Pasanda and the aromatic Monkfish Tawa Masala.
If you are looking to share with your loved one, opt for the Rajdoot Express or the Rajdoot Special.
Both come with a range of starters and main courses. The Rajdoot Special goes one step further with desserts.
Located in the picturesque suburb of Edgbaston, Praza beckons discerning diners to embark on a culinary journey within the walls of a splendid Grade II listed Georgian building.
Radiating modern elegance and sophistication, Praza offers an exquisite setting for an evening of refined dining and inventive cocktails.
At the helm of Praza’s culinary mastery is the acclaimed chef Deepak Ranakoti, whose innovative creations have garnered accolades and captivated the palates of diners across Birmingham.
With a proven track record of excellence from his tenure at Pushkar, Chef Ranakoti brings his culinary prowess to Praza, promising a gastronomic experience that surpasses expectations.
For Valentine’s Day, Praza has a special menu that features delectable dishes like Methi Chicken, Papri Chaat and Paneer do Pyaza.
Costing £35 per person, diners can add dessert or a glass of prosecco for an extra £5 per person.
Lasan has an atmosphere that is difficult to resist.
Co-founded by Aktar Islam and Jabbar Khan, Lasan serves contemporary Indian cuisine.
It was also the first Indian restaurant in Birmingham that did not serve Balti.
For Valentine’s Day, enjoy a four-course menu costing £69.95 per person.
Each dish is lovingly created with detail to ensure unforgettable memories.
Diners can enjoy a glass of bubbly upon arrival before enjoying the pre-starter – Lucknow Aloo.
A selection of main courses such as Lamb Andhra and Monkfish Doi Maach boast layers of flavour that are sure to impress your loved one.
A meringue dessert provides a fitting end to a romantic meal.
As we conclude our culinary tour of some of Birmingham’s best Indian restaurants to spend Valentine’s Day, it’s clear that the city’s dining scene is as diverse as the expressions of love it caters to.
From intimate settings to lively venues, Birmingham offers a spectrum of options for celebrating love through delectable Indian food.
Many are offering special Valentine’s Day menus for the occasion.
So, as you plan your special evening, may your hearts be full, your glasses clink with joy and your taste buds dance in delight.