Food and Drink


food & drink 2017

Visit the restaurants and takeaways located within the main halls, including The Oak Kitchen and The Edge. Or choose from the well-known brands you can find on site, such as Starbucks, Subway, J.D. Wetherspoon’s, The Cornish Bakery and FCB bar espresso.

Restaurants & bars close to the NEC

Resorts World Birmingham

Located opposite the NEC, this leisure and entertainment complex offers a wide choice of restaurants and a range of bars.

Millers Restaurant & Bar

at The Hilton Birmingham Metropole is a contemporary restaurant and bar in the conservatory area of the hotel.

Eleven Bar & Grill and The Lounge Bar

at the Crowne Plaza serves a range of modern cuisine.

The Little Owl

is a country pub and restaurant, full of rural charm and rustic character.

Burgundy Bar & Restaurant

at The Arden Hotel & Leisure Club offers a range of choices from a light snack to a sumptuous 3 course à la carte meal, served in comfy surroundings.

Beeches Bar & Grill

is an attractive Georgian Pub in the village setting of Hampton in Arden; with a great view from their restaurant dining area.

Peel’s Restaurant

is an intimate, luxury restaurant set in a country house with 45 acres of mature woodland. They have a kitchen garden and bring fresh produce to table for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Longfellows English Restaurant

a friendly, family owned and managed English restaurant, is located in the village of Catherine-De-Barnes, specialising in fish, seasonal game and home-made traditional English puddings.

The Regency Restaurant

brings you fine dining with their Head Chef’s experience as a national award winner in hotel circles, meaning you can rely on enjoying cuisine of a consistently high standard.

Eating out in Birmingham

As a city packed full of different cultures and nationalities, eating out in Birmingham and the region is like a gastronomic tour of the world. With enticing new restaurants popping up all the time, if you love to dine out, then you are in the right place.

There are no less than four Michelin Star restaurants (more than any other English city outside London!), not to mention a whole quarter of the city devoted to creating our very own Asian specialty, the Balti. And if it’s the comfort of a familiar menu you’re looking for, then the best of the high street is represented here too.

Find out more at the NEC’s website…