Away on business and hungry for something new? Try one of these relaxed, convivial restaurants
Imrans is a restaurant located in Birmingham’s famous “Balti Triangle” on Ladypool Road. Only a couple miles away from the heart of Birmingham city centre, Imrans attracts customers from all around the United Kingdom, who love dining at the traditional restaurant.
The secret? Simple, keeping to a single-minded vision since 1971 to use authentic fresh ingredients to produce authentic dishes of the Punjab and the north-west frontier of the Indian subcontinent. Imrans food is all about sumptuous flavours that once tasted will never be forgotten.
262-266 Ladypool Road, Birmingham B12 8JU +44 (0)121 449 1370 firstname.lastname@example.org imrans.com
BIRMINGHAM VICEROY TANDOORI
Director and executive chef Mujib’s experimental approach consistently extends the boundaries of traditional Indian/Bangladeshi cuisine. His passion shines through. Working with top-quality produce, his distinctive dishes range from beef, lamb and duck to fish, vegetables and fabulous jumbo prawns.
The menus are varied in price and cover all dining preferences, including nut-free, gluten-free and health-orientated food.
The Viceroy ambience, like the cooking style, is unique. In the restaurant, very comfortable leather chairs provide seating at tables carved from thick chunks of pale ash. For those requiring privacy, downstairs the hide-away bunker-style space provides the perfect setting to enjoy an eight-course tasting menu while having a closed door meeting. 108-109 Icknield Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B18 6RZ
+44 (0)121 439 0607 and +44 (0)7921 500658 viceroytandoori.co.uk
Taking its name from the Japanese word for the sea urchin, UNI brings the vibrant colours, flavours and textures of Peruvian and Japanese fusion cuisine to London’s Belgravia.
The menu offers a selection of grilled meats and fish; succulent Wagyu beef and black cod, the highest-quality sushi and sashimi, and an inventive selection of tempura and maki with perfectly balanced flavours and an accent on colour. The Peruvian influence is prevalent with touches such as an anticucho sauce with the black cod, as well as ceviche. Explore the flavours of Nikkei, an imaginative fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine. Sample dishes like butterfish tiraditos, sweet shrimp and sea urchin ceviche and Wagyu beef tataki.
Or select from a range of seven-dish bento boxes, perfect for a work-day lunch or pretheatre dinner.
18A Ebury Street, Belgravia, SW1W 0LU
+44 (0)20 7730 9267; restaurantuni.com