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Does this restaurant offer accessible seating in dining areas for guests with mobility impairments? Accessible seating includes: accessible aisles, wheelchair seating, counter height, and knee space.YesNoUnsure
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We visited after seeing a film at the Mickingbird cinema, which is nearby. The staff are friendly and the food is really good quality. We both had pizza and shared a salad. Do try the home made ice cream, it’s delicious.
I came here one evening whilst in Birmingham for work.
The service was friendly. I particularly enjoyed the halloumi fries, which I had as a starter. Beef ragu calzone was well cooked too.
Definitely recommend as a relaxed place to have a pizza.
Located in the heart of Digbeth, it's a wonderful area.
I had booked a large table for 13 people, and this went without hitches. Originally had 10 people but needed to increase the number and this was no hassle at all!
The staff were very...More
We went to Digbeth to enjoy the street art and to see the other side of Birmingham. Baked in Brick is right in the heart of the "arty" Digbeth, near the "Custard Factory" on Gibb Street. We had lunch here and rested our weary legs....More
My family and I visited baked in brick today. The food was incredible and the service couldn’t be better. Exceptional home made pizza and great kids option. Also, they serve lawless unfiltered so I’m a happy lad 😂
Met my friend off a London train and took a short walk to Digbeth. We dropped in just for coffee and received such a warm welcome that after a long overdue catch up, we decided to stay for lunch. Really beautiful food and one of...More
First things first, the pizzas are decent. Also the padron peppers are a good side.
The staff, while friendly enough, don't seem very interested in serving people. We were shown to a seat when we arrived and promptly forgotten about for 20-30 mins. We went...More
We visited the restaurant late on a Saturday afternoon. We ordered the beef calzone and the Burrata salad. The calzone lacked taste and the burrata salad was simply a great deal of green leaves and about half a tomato with the cheese placed on top....More
Really chilled vibe, awesome background music, great and well priced pizzas, friendly staff and very unique (in a good way)! First time in their actual shop; had their food from when they were traders at Digbeth Dinung Club where they were the star of the...More