Tamatanga (Birmingham)

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  • Tamatanga Birmingham

    – real, fresh, homely food, Indian cuisine as it’s meant to be.

    We make all of our food from fresh, local ingredients, every day in our kitchens. No nasties, no additives, no shortcuts. We grind our own spices by hand and hire expertly trained chefs to cook in our clay oven. each dish is made as the order comes through, so it’ll come out as and when it’s ready.

    It’s all true to its roots, just like they make back home. Fresh, fabulous and flavoursome.

    Love, laughter & laid back vibes

    Good music, good feelings, good food. Come in at any time of day for a bite to eat. We can usually seat you fairly quickly, so feel free to just turn up. The service is pretty speedy, too, which makes us perfect at lunch, pre/post cinema or theatre and in between hitting the shops.

    Or hang around a bit longer with a few cocktails; the atmosphere in the evenings is buzzing!

    Tama Tots & Trouble Makers

    Bringing the kids? Great! We love them. We’ve got highchairs and baby-changing facilities for the little ones; crayons, colouring and balloons for the bigger ones! Our kids’ menu has something for even the fussiest of eaters and always goes down a storm!

    We currently have 2 locations, Nottingham and Birmingham.

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  • 1 Review on “Tamatanga (Birmingham)”

    1. Malc Post authorTamatanga (Birmingham)
      Overall Rating:
      5

      Dropped by on our way to Birmingham New Street station, and had an excellent late lunch / early supper that set us up superbly for the journey home.

      The service was quick and friendly, and the food was delicious. It was light and tasty, and not oily in a way Indian cuisine can be sometimes. The meat was tender, the Naan bread light and fluffy, and the portions were generous.

      The question is, do we move to Birmingham??

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