The Indian Streatery

The Indian Streatery (and The Indian Streatery Express in The Bullring)is home to a family of foodies who started as street food traders almost 6 years ago. They worked the street food scene in Birmingham and around the UK and became firm favourites at the city’s Digbeth Dining Club under their street food name The Indian Rasoi.

Serving up a traditional, authentic, menu with a concept that bridges the generations, it should now make sense that they cleverly renamed the brand, sticking to their street food roots by day and transforming the former Adams building into a sleek, chilled Indian Eatery by night.

Heading a team of all female chefs, the Head chef & Mum of this foodie family came up with the original vision to bring real Indian street food to the streets of Birmingham. (Hence her cocktail name is The Visionary – They have a cocktail for each member of the family based on their personalities – cool huh?! The Dad is the angry Indian – say no more!!).

The restaurant is situated centrally, just two minutes walk from New Street Train Station and is decorated with colourful artists impressions of traditional Indian scenes, including a stunning full size map of India on the ceiling. This all adds to the authentic feel of The Indian Streatery and highlights a passion to make every guests visit pleasurable.

Indian Street Food Restaurant & Takeaway lunches in the heart of the city..

This savy bunch have designed a dual concept – grab and go lunch – where you can ditch your normal sandwich and grab a chicken curry, vegan or lentil hot pot to go, or if a lighter option is what you need go for a Pakora, Samosa or Chicken chaat – The street food scene favourites!

The sit down authentic street food experience is available all day, with a fun – something for everyone feel. Served with their signature cocktails, vegan, locally brewed craft beers and wines and awesome curries they’re an Independent dream!

The Menu has some fab regular dishes such as Meaty Masala Fries, to Vege Kofta Curry, Butter Chicken, Fresh Spinach & Lamb Curry, Pakora Fried Chicken, The Indian Hotdog and a cartload more.

There are some original dishes as well such as CANNON HILL PARK PICNIC (DF)(GF)(V) with baby potatoes, fenugreek, coriander, garden peas, gently tossed with toasted cumin and nigella seeds, and DAD’S LAMB KEEMA (GF) slow cooked minced lamb, with ginger and toasted spices, blended with garden peas. Drizzled with minted potato yoghurt to finish. Dad’s signature dish!

Check out the regular menu here.

If all this wasn’t amazing enough, The Indian Streatery were featured as part of a Royal Visit to Birmingham by Prince William and Princess Kate in April 2023, read the full story here.

Food photos courtesy of  Tom Preece.

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