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Step Through the Garden Gate

An English garden in the heart of bustling Birmingham city centre.

Aria is set under a glass atrium roof which floods the restaurant with natural light by day. As the sun sets, tiny lights in the surrounding trees begin to glow creating a romantic place to dine.

Serving exciting flavour combinations from breakfast through to dinner using fresh, seasonal, British produce. 

The intimate Aria bar comes alive from 5pm and serves English wines and exquisite local gins for an after work tipple or a pre-dinner drink. 



Monday – Friday: 6:30 am –10:30 am
Saturday and Sunday: 7:00 am–11:00 am
Monday – Saturday: Noon – 3:00 pm
Sunday: 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Afternoon Tea:
Monday – Friday: Noon – 5:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 1:00 p.m – 5:00 pm
Monday–Sunday: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm


Afternoon Tea at Aria

Enjoy afternoon tea in the elegant surroundings of Aria.

The luxury afternoon tea is made up of three layers of freshly made treats. The top tier of the stand is beautifully presented with a collection of fruity fancies, including a lemongrass posset, a strawberry macaroon and a rich slice of rhubarb and raspberry sponge. The second tier is a choice of delicate finger sandwiches, with a variety of tasty vegetation and non-vegetarian fillings. The final tier is a classic favourite of scones, fresh from the oven, ready to generously top with sweet jam and clotted cream.

New for Spring 2019 is the addition of a children’s afternoon tea made specially for the young sweet tooth. The children’s menu includes classic delights such as mini doughnut rings, fruit jelly and a chocolate chip brownie, along with scones and sandwiches.


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The menu is classy and delicious...a hidden gem
— Georgia Ellesmere - Caramel Latte Kiss
The food, the wine, the service was absolutely sublime
— Vicky Osgood - Brumderland
Classical menu with pretty twists
— Tom Cullen - I Choose Birmingham
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Hyatt Regency Birmingham
2 Bridge Street
B1 2JZ



+44 (0)121 643 1234