Stratford-upon-Avon and the Heart of England Restaurants

Stratford has many reasonably priced bistros and unpretentious eateries offering a broad choice of international fare; Warwick and Kenilworth both have good restaurant options. Birmingham has good international restaurants but is probably most famous for its Indian and Pakistani "curry houses"; you'll find good choices both in the city center and out of town. The city hosts the annual Taste of Birmingham Festival in July. In the rest of the Midlands, casual spots dominate, although Ludlow has some exceptionally good restaurants.

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  • 1. Lambs of Sheep Street

    $$ | British

    Sit downstairs to appreciate the hardwood floors and oak beams of this local epicurean favorite; upstairs, the look is a bit more contemporary...Read More

  • 2. Opposition

    $$ | Modern British

    Hearty, warming meals are offered at this informal, family-style restaurant in a 16th-century building on the main dining street near the theaters...Read More

  • 3. The Black Swan/The Dirty Duck

    $ | British

    The only pub in Britain to be licensed under two names (the more informal one came courtesy of American GIs who were stationed here during World...Read More

  • 4. The Vintner

    $$ | French

    The imaginative, bistro-inspired menu varies each day at this café and wine bar set in a 15th-century building. Tempting British and European...Read More

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