Birmingham's food scene boasts plenty of reasonably priced restaurants where you can get a tasty meal for less than a tenner. From great street food to burgers and bao buns, check out our list of some of Birmingham's best cheap eats below:
One of Birmingham's first street food scene successes, Original Patty Men serves dirty burgers and craft beer from a small restaurant under the railway arches in Digbeth. Be prepared to queue as they don't take reservations, but you can always grab a drink while you wait in their bar, Kilder, which is just next door!
Asia Asia Food Hall, which consists of 9 different restaurants serving different Asian cuisines, has been getting rave reviews over the past few months. Most dishes are around the £10 mark and customers are required to purchase a top-up card which can be used to buy your food and drink.
Another street food success, Baked in Brick opened their first restaurant in The Custard Factory last year. Baked in Brick serve great value sourdough pizzas made with high-quality toppings cooked in a wood-fired oven.
Looking over the Cathedral Square, Damascena describes itself as your local, far away coffee house. Serving an extensive Middle Eastern menu in spectacular surroundings, all single dishes come in at less than £10. Damascena also has branches in Moseley and Harborne.
Buffalo and Rye is an American style smokehouse from the Bitters n Twisted chain, based on Bennetts Hill. It serves a range of great value slow-cooked meats, burgers and hot dogs as well as an extensive range of whiskies and bourbons.
Nestled under the arches of Snow Hill Station, The Indian Brewery serves their own range of beers and ales plus a selection of Indian street food dishes. They've recently announced that they will be opening a second branch in Solihull. Reservations taken.
Medicine is an artisan bakery and gallery situated at the top of New Street. Serving breakfast, brunch and lunch, they also bake some incredible cakes, brownies and cronuts - we bet you won't leave without being tempted into trying one!
The newest addition to Grand Central, @Pizza offers sourdough pizzas that take just 90 seconds to cook in their 600F oven. Pizzas cost £9.95 and can be customised from an extensive list of toppings at no extra cost. No reservations.
Food truck Habaneros has been a regular feature on Temple Row for a few years now. They serve a selection of Mexican dishes, from burritos to nachos, which can be customised with a range of tasty fillings and fresh toppings and salsas. All dishes are £5.50 or less.
Delicious home cooked Indian food is on the menu at The Indian Streatery on Bennetts Hill. All dishes on the main menu are £10 or less, they also offer a great 'grab and go' lunch menu starting at just £4.95.
Tiger Bites Pig opened last year on Stephenson Street and has been getting rave reviews ever since. Serving a short but sweet menu of bao buns with a variety of fillings and rice bowls, all dishes come in at less than £10. No reservations.
A new addition to Bennetts Hill, Rudy's is a spacious restaurant serving Neapolitan style pizza. The menu is great value with pizzas starting from just £4.90. No reservations.
Weekly street food event Digbeth Dining Club is a real treat for anyone looking for great food on a budget. Taking place from Thursday to Sunday, you'll find a selection of street food traders offering everything from burgers and pizza to curry and a great selection of desserts.
Bonehead is a tiny bar and restaurant close to New Street Station serving craft beer downstairs and fantastic fried chicken upstairs. Choose a portion of wings or strips for just £6 or a tasty burger for just £8.50. No reservations.
Wok to Walk is a popular newcomer to New Street and serves freshly cooked noodle and rice bowls. Customise your dish with your choice of noodles or rice, protein, vegetables and, of course, sauce.
After several years as street food traders, The Meat Shack now has a permanent restaurant close to the Hippodrome. The menu features a selection of dirty beef and chicken burgers all priced under a tenner.