Pasta Di Piazza, St Pauls

Pasta Di Piazza is one of Birmingham’s most cherished Mediterranean Restaurants.

This superb Italian restaurant can be found on Brook Street, off St Paul’s Square, in the heart of Birmingham’s world renowned Jewellery Quarter.

Enjoy the authentic traditional Italian food in relaxing surroundings, of a red-brick Victorian building, hung with flower baskets.

Chefs at Pasta Di Piazza use only the freshest ingredients, and take real pride in preparing quality food for all occasions, whether it be with family, friends, business colleagues or a romantic meal for two.

The Brook Street restaurant makes fresh Italian dishes from food supplied by the best suppliers to the heart of the city, and has been a stalwart of the Birmingham dining scene since first setting up in 1995.

It has recently undergone a £400,000 expansion to convert the upstairs flat into an 80 cover second floor dining area.

The wine and champagne list is also extensive with its own wine cellar. Highly rated on both Trip Advisor and Google, reliable, consistently excellent and a friendly welcome!

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Click here for the Insalata menu

Click here for the Dolci menu

Click here for the Set menu

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Click here for the Wine list

Pasta Di Piazza review by Damien Wilkes

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