Birmingham Cafes - Bacon And Eggs In The Midlands Capital

Café Soya

One of the best restaurants in Birmingham. This place is cheap, cheerful and serves great quality food in a modern and clean restaurant. Situated in the heart of Birmingham City Centre (behind the Rag Market), this unassuming cafe serves incredibly good food at reasonable prices. The waiting staff are all very friendly and more than willing to help you choose something if you are stuck- the menu is pretty extensive, but all meals (including incredibly filling broths) are under £8 or so.

Victoria Square Café

Top quality greasy spoon for late night drinking recovery candidates. Reasonably priced, nicer than a kebab and tucked away in a hidden square just off Paradise Circus, this place retains a reputation for proper all day breakfasts as we used to know and love them. Kick off your dancing shoes and get down here for double egg and chips.

Café Face

The top rank (in Selly Oak). This place enjoys enormous reputation thanks to the friendliness of its staff and its ability to conjure reasonable meals out of rock bottom prices and leave the punter feeling satisfied, if a little bemused at how it happened that the belly is now full and all masticatory juices are stemmed. Rub shoulders with students and discerning (read down at heel) artists and writers, as well as the workaday man and woman of Birmingham’s nether regions.

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Café Gusto

An all rounder with most café tools in its armoury. Paninis, sarnies, bagels, cakes and a good quality coffee machine to make sure your caffeine boost reaches its peak in perfect time, this place is to be commended too on its friendly staff, tasteful décor and convenient location just off the Suffolk Queensway facing the BBC (Titchmarsh territory). Fans of fruit smoothies and milkshakes should also be reassured to know that the pureed banana has found an ideal home here in B1.


The surly waitress/waiter can be a real turn-on. Some cafe spend years trying to soften the grumpy staff at their favourite café to the point where they end up going home with them and learning about how making salads and soups and all manner of light refreshments can drive you insane with frustration at not having done something more meaningful with your life. For those who aspire to explore the psyche of the moody waiter, this is the place. Oh, and by the way, the food is top notch! Don’t tell a soul.

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