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An elegant canal-side eatery that can be found on Browning Street in Birmingham, Canal Square promises locals and visitors to the huge West Midland’s city a unique Punjabi dining experience.

Home to both a relaxed restaurant area and a vibrant cocktail bar, the venue has pulled out all of the stops to make any visit an unforgettable one.

In the Restaurant at Canal Square, guests are invited to kick back and unwind as the superb and attentive service staff do their utmost to ensure that each and every one of them leave with a smile on their face. This is something that is extended to tastecard members, whose smile will be extra wide once they consider the huge savings that they’ll be making when calling in advance with their card.

Diners are sure to find themselves salivating before even making it past the list of exquisite appetisers, which are split into the four distinct sections of chicken, lamb, sea food and vegetarian. Particularly enticing dishes can be seen in the form of the succulent pathar ke kebab medallions, the divine honey and mustard glazed clay oven prawns, and the Indian cheese based paneer tikka, serving to set the taste buds up wonderfully for the delights to come.

The theme continues into the sumptuous main course selection, which sports a host of tantalising treats that are fit to satisfy any craving. From the traditional staples of the bhuna, rogan josh and the biryani to the less well known options, such as the Punjabi nahli gohst and the coconut based fish number that is the Malabar Machli, the eclectic list of excellent plates are certain to excite any palate.

Offering fantastic views across the canal and sat in close proximity to many of the city’s major attractions, including The Symphony Hall, the Rep Theatre and the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, the Restaurant at Canal Square is a fabulous setting from which to enjoy a bit of respite.

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Lovefood said "Great Food + Great Service =
Looked on the tastecard app for Asian restaurants locally as we don't live in the area, came..."
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" It was the first time that we went to this restaurant without any idea about what to expect. The..."
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  • Lovefood said: "Great Food + Great Service =
    Looked on the tastecard app for Asian restaurants locally as we don't live in the area, came across this gem.

    The presentation and the quality of the food was great, we order lamb and chicken for starters. Lamb was well cooked and tender the chicken duo was fresh and crispy.

    The mains weren't as spicy as we had hoped but the flavouring and taste was still brilliant and the garlic naan bread was the best I have had.

    All in all when I'm in town again I will defo come visit again. "
    Posted 16 days ago...
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  • J said:
    " It was the first time that we went to this restaurant without any idea about what to expect. The restaurant owner / staff gave us a warm welcome and made seating arrangements for eight people which was nice. The food selection is good for vegetarians so we could select a variety of items for our starters and mains. From the starters, the hara bhara kebab and the samosa chaat were excellent. And we liked the jug of passion fruit mix juice which was specially made for us as we couldn't find any other juices interesting.

    This built up our expectations for the mains, which were even better. The taste of food is genuine North Indian right from the shahi paneer, dal makhani, tarka dhall and rotis. It is quite difficult to get this kind of genuine Indian taste in the UK as most of the restaurants give food with Bangladeshi flavour. If I need to mention the cons, the portion sizes of some starters is small and the food is slightly expensive - not to worry if you are going to use taste card.

    The ambience is high class and the staff service was brilliant. Overall, a very good experience. "
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  • Lovefood said: "Great Food + Great Service =
    Looked on the tastecard app for Asian restaurants locally as we don't live in the area, came across this gem.

    The presentation and the quality of the food was great, we order lamb and chicken for starters. Lamb was well cooked and tender the chicken duo was fresh and crispy.

    The mains weren't as spicy as we had hoped but the flavouring and taste was still brilliant and the garlic naan bread was the best I have had.

    All in all when I'm in town again I will defo come visit again. "
    Posted 16 days ago...
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  • J said:
    " It was the first time that we went to this restaurant without any idea about what to expect. The restaurant owner / staff gave us a warm welcome and made seating arrangements for eight people which was nice. The food selection is good for vegetarians so we could select a variety of items for our starters and mains. From the starters, the hara bhara kebab and the samosa chaat were excellent. And we liked the jug of passion fruit mix juice which was specially made for us as we couldn't find any other juices interesting.

    This built up our expectations for the mains, which were even better. The taste of food is genuine North Indian right from the shahi paneer, dal makhani, tarka dhall and rotis. It is quite difficult to get this kind of genuine Indian taste in the UK as most of the restaurants give food with Bangladeshi flavour. If I need to mention the cons, the portion sizes of some starters is small and the food is slightly expensive - not to worry if you are going to use taste card.

    The ambience is high class and the staff service was brilliant. Overall, a very good experience. "
    Posted 1 month, 9 days ago...
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