horrible food,over priced, service is very slow cant say a good word about the place
My brother & his girlfriend recommended this restaurant when we came up to visit the family. What a beautiful ambience and the food was absolutely No.1. And the cost... very reasonable. I am originally from Brum but live in London, so to come up and find the the quality and cost is still there after all this time is a great thing. I recommend you go.
My ultimate experience at the festival Balti. My thought was it will be like a normal balti restaurant. but i was wrong. The restaurant with its modern touch, and mouth watering real cuisine provided a pleasant dining experience. As a city centre restaurant the price is very reasonable. At 9.95 the set meal is superb value for money. Well recommended
As a newcomer to Birmingham I was not sure what the food was going to be like. But we stumbled across this place and it was absolutely superb. The food was some of the best Indian food I have ever tried. Although the food was a little more expensive than in some places it was well worth paying the extra money for the quality of food you get.
Richard, Lynn, Christian, and Sam.
A small addition to our earlier review, because the Festival just got even better! - The festival has now become a full no smoking restaurant. Great vision by the owner to let us all breath clean air and enjoy the real taste of the food, unhindered by ignorant smokers who don't smoke through their meal, but are happy to smoke during yours. Well done guys in leading the way on how great Asian food should be done. Support this restaurant.
Richard, Lynn, Christian and Sam
As a family, (children 15 and 10 years), we have eaten at many Indian restaurants, and The Festival is a very clear favourite. Tasty, freshly prepared food, good choice menu, including an outstanding 5 course meal at £9.95. Excellent, friendly staff, a clean contemporary restaurant. Give the Festival a try, you will not be disappointed!