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Owner's description

Cucina Rustica is a contemporary, family-owned Italian restaurant located in Birmingham’s St Paul’s Square, in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. We very much live by the Italian concept of La Bella Figura. It means beauty is in the detail, and we care passionately about finding the beauty in everything we do. We source only the best and freshest ingredients to use in our authentic Italian dishes. And we treat them with the respect they deserve, to create an enticing and flavour-filled menu of traditionally prepared pasta and risottos to less familiar roasted meats and fresh fish.


Join us for lunch or dinner, and you’ll soon discover it’s not only the beauty of your meal we care about. Like all good Italians, we pride ourselves on our hospitality. We offer a heartfelt welcome and exceptional service to all our guests, whether you’re dining with clients, colleagues or loved ones. Because everything about your experience here should be nothing less than beautiful.


To book a table call 0121 233 2277 or visit www.cucinarustica.co.uk/


 


 

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24 Ludgate Hill, Birmingham, B3 1DX

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