Lichfield is home to a wide array of eateries. From the Damn Fine Cafe to Pom’s. Situated in the heart of Lichfield there are so many choices, the people of Lichfield are spoilt. The surrounding areas such as Sutton Coldfield, Tamworth, Birmingham, Cannock, Alrewas, Fradley and Four Oaks are very much fortunate.
There are pubs, wine bars and cocktails events. There are numerous nights out to explore. Lichfield’s vibrancy is what makes dining out in lichfield a true delight. Especially with the Garrick theatre attracting great entertainment.
If you have ever visited lichfield you would know there is no short supply of breakfast options.
From Damn fine cafe, Poms, 15 on the corner and newly founded the Artisan. In truth it’s a shock when a person who has never heard of lichfield. Finds this tiny remote city to be covered with so many options.
The Indian restaurants are fruitful in choice. Bird street is the the curry mile of Lichfield. There are a number of restaurant that offer a classical or alternative choice of foods.
Eastern Eye offers a classical take on Indian food and Bangladeshi food with slight ideas of reformation.
They offer Bhuna, Balti, Jalfrezi, Korma, Biriyani, Naan, Poppodums, Chutney, Lime pickle, mango chutney, chilli pickle, rice, breads, and many other classics.
They are family friendly.
They also cater to vegan options. With majority of Indian food requiring some dairy foods. Eastern Eye does not use ghee (clarified butter) unless explicitly mentioned or requested. In dishes where there are yoghurt (dairy) Eastern Eye restaurant will always try to create an alternative option.