The city of Birmingham is home to one of the most diverse food scenes and culture in all of the UK. Cuisines from all over the globe are nurtured here and thousands of people enjoy them. The city is now welcoming a new wave of a food trend, vegetarianism.
One by one, new restaurants, cafes, bistros, and even food trucks serving vegetarian food and drinks are popping up. If you are on a quest searching for the best vegetarian eating spots, here is a list to help you out.
BA-HA – 171 – 172 Wharfside St
BA-HA serves vegan cuisine as well as American, European, and Fusion. You can enjoy a variety of foods in different place settings such as buffet and a Sunday roast. BA-HA serves popular several signature dishes like Bish and Chips – that is beer-battered bish blossom, fresh chips with minty peas and homemade tartare sauce.
You should also give their mushroom and spinach rigatoni a try, as well as their small platter orders. You’ll never go wrong with their loaded fries. At BA-HA you get great service, amazing food, and an unforgettable experience.
3 Threes Coffee Lounge – 17 Martineau Way
The name of this restaurant is a bit confusing we know. But, one thing we are sure of is the fact that they serve some of the best vegan treats, sweets, and beverages. 3 Threes is known for being inventive in their in-house bakery.
They bake well, their tart is some of the best in the city and then pairing it up with their signature coffee is just something new.
You can also order sandwiches, paninis, tea, and soup here. They also serve some non-vegan foods including their hot dog which is also a favourite order among their regulars.
Land – 26 Great Western Arcade
Very affordable and offers some of the quirkiest food presentations for plant-based dishes. Inland, you are sure to have the best meals and snacks in your life. Most of their regular patrons order either the lunch or dinner group servings. In each order, you can have 2 to 3 courses.
Their menu includes roasted baby beetroot, charred hispi cabbage, glazed turnip, salt-baked celeriac, and of course, rice pudding.