The best independent places to enjoy lunch in Jewellery Quarter

Saint Pauls House

Saint Pauls House

Here at Rewired, we pride ourselves on discovering the very best places to eat and drink in the city. From laidback coffee catch ups to tasty lunches on-the-go, take a look at some of our favourite places to spend time in our local area of Jewellery Quarter.

Otto Pizza

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Offering an array of deliciously handmade wood fired pizzas alongside a selection of wine and craft beers every day of the week, Otto Pizza is the ideal place for a quick bite to eat that won’t compromise on taste. From classic margaritas to meat feasts with all the extras and even vegan options, there’s something to suit every taste.    

 

The Hive Café and Bakery

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Located just a stone’s throw from the Rewired offices, The Hive Café and Bakery is a favourite amongst our team, especially for those after a tasty vegetarian lunch. With an ever-changing menu, you’re likely to find a healthy, organic and well-sourced dish that all goes towards a good cause, as the training café and bakery provides work experience to students at Ruskin Mill Trust’s Argent College.

 

Folium

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A modern fine dining restaurant that prides itself on using sustainably-sourced ingredients to create simple but innovative dishes, Folium is open for lunch from Wednesday – Sunday from 12pm – 4pm. Expect small tasting dishes that pack a punch, and although you can check out the sample menus online prior to your booking, the menus change depending on the season so no two visits will ever be the same.

 

Ocho

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Tucked away off the beaten track on Pitsford Street, this contemporary pop-up tapas restaurant is not to be missed. Inspired by traditional Spanish and Portuguese cooking, choose from a variety of tasty Mediterranean dishes including Beer-braised Pork Cheek, Grilled Lemon Sardines and Stuffed Butternut Squash, all of which are made with 100% free-range and grass-fed meat, whilst other ingredients are locally sourced.  

 

Saint Kitchen

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If you’re after a quick bite to eat in laidback surroundings, look no further than Saint Kitchen, the comfortable and quirky café in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. The perfect spot for remote working or grabbing a coffee with a friend, you can expect a delicious selection of sandwiches, salads and freshly-baked treats for a midday pick-me-up.  

 

Cappadocia

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Enjoy a two or three-course lunchtime meal deal at Cappadocia, the Turkish restaurant serving up authentic cuisine on Frederick Street. Choose from any cold meze and any charcoal grilled kebab for £9.95, and if you’re going for three courses you’ll get a dessert too for just £3 extra. Alternatively, there’s a meze deal option for £7.95, which is made up of three cold meze dishes, bread and a glass of house wine.

Saint Pauls House

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Having won an OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award back in 2018, Saint Pauls House offers casual dining in stylish surroundings. Situated in the leafy green area of St Paul’s Square, the bar, restaurant and boutique hotel is open every day from 8am. From 12pm-5pm on Monday-Saturday, you’ll be able to tuck in to a selection of sandwiches and flatbreads, from Minute Steak in fresh bloomer bread to a Figs, Goat’s Cheese, Prosciutto, Rocket & Mozzarella flatbread.

ArticleJade Woodhouse