Simpsons Michelin starred restaurant
The presence of Birmingham’s most celebrated restaurant, Simpsons, has given Edgbaston a deserved reputation for fine dining, which has been enhanced further by its award-winning team.
Chef patron Andreas Antona and chef director Luke Tipping, brought their venture from Kenilworth to a Grade II-listed building on Highfield Road in 2004, and within a year had been awarded a Michelin star, which very proudly they have retained to this day. The award-winning restaurant is home to a stunning dining area with bi-fold windows looking out onto a beautiful landscaped garden, eye-catching geometric feature windows which sit under a curved roof, decorated with handmade Italian glass mosaic lights, Scandi style furniture and finishes.
Our ambition is to remain at the forefront of Birmingham’s dining scene.
A selection of places to eat
Simpsons, owned by Andreas Antona, is a multi award-winning and Michelin starred restaurant. The team headed up by chef director, Luke Tipping, and head chef, Leo Kattou, provide the best quality in food and service all with a smile and real style. Located in the heart of Edgbaston Village and the gastro quarter, the stunning restaurant offers an informal, contemporary and elegant dining experience to reflect the spirit of fine dining today. The British inspired menu's use seasonal and the best ingredients, diners can enjoy a memorable gourmet experience.Find out more
The High Field at 22 Highfield Road, is an award-winning and friendly gastro pub in the dining quarter of Edgbaston Village. It serves a range of quality fresh and seasonal food in their restaurant and bar area, complemented by a selection of well-kept ales, wines and spirits. Since it opened it has been joined by The High Field Town House, which offers 12 individually designed boutique guest rooms with an informal and homely style, and The High Field Studio offering great party and event space.Find out more
Chapter is an independent neighbourhood restaurant recently opened in the heart of Edgbaston Village on Greenfield Crescent, from the founders of popular Opus Restaurant. The team, headed up by Chef Director Ben Ternent, with his commitment to quality British produce and inventive menu, ensures you won't be disappointed. With all day dining, weekend brunch and Sunday roasts, through to evening cocktails, Chapter have it covered.Find out more
The Blue Piano is an independent South-East Asian inspired restaurant, bar and guest house with 10 individually designed guest bedrooms, set within a beautiful Edwardian building in Edgbaston Village. It serves a fantastic selection of South-East Asian dishes, which can be enjoyed in their restaurant, as well as the magical garden area in the summer months. They also offer an eclectic programme of live music, for those who love jazz, rhythm and blues music.Find out more
The award-winning Laghi's Deli is passionate about food, it serves an amazing selection of home made and authentic Italian food. Pop in anytime of the day to enjoy the funky yet cosy and family friendly surroundings.Find out more
Three Church Road restaurant is located at St George's Place. The luxury restaurant offers an elegant dining experience, with a relaxed atmosphere that is perfect for lunch, dinner or afternoon tea. It boasts a contemporary menu, featuring a range of seasonal dishes and locally sourced produce.Find out more
The Physician pub restaurant is a popular addition to the food and drink offering within Edgbaston Village. The former BMI Georgian property has been transformed and is now home to a huge reclaimed wooden bar within the heart of the building housing 8 local cask ales, a 50 strong wine list and array of spirits. Quality fresh ingredients are used to prepare a menu which offers modern but classic British dishes along with more exotic influenced dishes from other parts of the world.Find out more
Loki, Birmingham’s most awarded wine merchant, offers a superb range of wines and spirits, along with craft beers. It is home to a deli with 60 covers and a lovely rear terraced area. If that wasn’t enough to tempt you, they also offer a range of Gin and Wine tasting events.Find out more
Boston Tea Party café, located in the heart of Edgbaston Village, offers a tempting range of speciality drinks, not to mention a latte with ‘art’, along with a delicious range of cakes and food. The individually designed BTP keeps the tradition of British cafés alive as a place to share good food, enjoy great company and create a meeting hub for the local community.Find out more
An independent pizzeria focused on delivering great Neapolitan style pizza, quality wines and seasonal twists on classic cocktails.Find out more
Village Kitchen is a great little independent family run cafe and takeaway bar based in the heart of Edgbaston Village along Greenfield Crescent. Enjoy fresh and delicious locally made hot and cold sandwiches, wraps and salads, platters, as well as snacks and refreshments. Simply pop in, order, wait and pick up to take away or sit out in the terraced area and enjoy. Open Monday to Friday for breakfast, brunch and lunch.Find out more
Following a million pound renovation and extension to the listed building at the Five Ways island and gateway to the Calthorpe Estate sits Birmingham's first Costa Coffee drive thru.
Accommodating up to 77 customers internally and 16 externally, along with 11 car parking spaces.
The perfect answer when you don't have time to stop for that coffee fix!