Digbeth Kitchen

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Where: 67 High Street, Digbeth, B5 6DH

The eagle-eyed among you will have already noticed the appearance of Digbeth Kitchen on the High Street – literally next door to the coach station.

A family-run, independent business, Digbeth Kitchen aims to diversify the currently available breakfast and lunchtime offering along the High Street, by providing healthier options. Everything on offer is baked, not fried, so you can feel that little bit better about picking up your sausage sandwich in the morning!

As well as sandwiches and salads at lunch, you can also choose from rice, pasta or noodle pots to eat in or take away. If you do choose to eat in, all the seating is is reclaimed and refurbished bus furniture – and very comfortable it is too!

Along with the delicious baked goods on offer, you can also expect your standard hot drink offering, with everything priced at just £1.49. Bargain.

If that isn’t enough to encourage you to visit, you can enjoy a discount of 10% on everything by quoting “Digbeth Residents Association”. Score!

For more information, follow @DigbethKitchen on Twitter, see the Facebook page, or call 0121 622 4936.

Bon appétit!

About Pamela Pinski

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2 Responses to Digbeth Kitchen

  1. Steven paul howell says:

    An excellent chef, i always have my breakfast there, highly recommend

  2. Casey says:

    Called in after a 3 hour journey on the coach, only had 15 minute break. Expecting just a crumby old butty from the station but luckily we came across Digbeth Kitchen and have filled our tummys with curly frys and yummy pasta for the rest of our journey. Thankyou for your warm service. We will definitely reccomend.

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