Stratford Road B11 4DA Birmingham Phone: 0121 777 9348 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Authentic Balti: No
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Mughal –E –Azam Restaurant  provides  the ideal dinning experience for business and social gatherings in a contemporary yet traditional environment,  which is personal and yet relaxed. With a formal sitting capacity of 250 people, Mughal E Azam is one of the Best and biggest Restaurants in Birmingham.

Mughal e Azam is been developed with a traditional concept, a blend of East and West. Renovated on a historical listed building,  church main hall, banqueting hall and private dining alter  add to the unique atmosphere of this concept, with award-winning chefs being sourced from pakistan’s finest establishment’s to offer an exceptional dining experience-fusing a modern and imaginative approach with traditional tastes- a truly eclectic mix.

Each area/zone off the development is inspired by Mughal Cuisine but with very much it’s own identity. The team of our specialist chef’s  take real pride in creating unusual and inspired combinations for every occasion.

Date added: 2013-01-02 18:08:52    Hits: 951
First impressions
by Andy
on January 2, 2013
Situated at the very tip of the Balti Triangle, this restaurant is housed in an old church lovingly refurbished into a quite spectacular restaurant. In a fading light I swept up to the imposing front although I later found out that I had mistakingly parked in the VIP area..perhaps that was why I was welcomed with such a flourish!

There were three of us and we shared two starters ... a Lamb Chops Tikka and a Chicken Tikka topped with cheese. The latter was extremely tender and tasty but the former, whilst nicely spiced, was rather thin in the meat department.

Our three mains included Haleem (my choice) which is basically shredded lamb, with wheat, chillies and various other ingredients. It was quite hot and with its paste like consistency was a bit of an acquired taste. We also had a Chicken and Ginger dish which was excellent although the Lamb Karahi was 'desi' style on the bone and as a western wimp with dodgy teeth, I prefer a bone free zone. We shared some rice and an excellent Potato Naan ... my first ever.

Desserts of Fig and Honey and Coconut ice creams were hardly 'authentic' but delicious nethertheless. Overall a decent meal in spectacular surroundings.
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