Premier Inn Airport Dining
Eating and drinking at the Premier Inn Birmingham airport won't break the bank - it's pretty reasonably priced and on par with most restaurant and pub prices.
You can get breakfast, lunch and dinner. And if you don't fancy eating, you don't have to - perhaps enjoy a drink or two.
Breakfast is a great way to start a busy day - any day for that matter. So make sure you take advantage of the Premier Inn Birmingham airport's buffet breakfast. It's served from 6.30am to 10am from Monday to Friday, and from 6.30am to 11am on Saturdays and Sundays. For just £7.95 you can eat as much as you like.
You can have the cooked breakfast selection - sausages, bacon, eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes and beans, as well as the continental selection - cereals, granola, porridge, croissants, muffins, fresh fruit salad and organic yoghurt. You can wash all this down with either Costa Coffee, a selection of teas or chilled fruit juices.
If you're short on time, you can just grab and go. Pick up a muffin and a coffee and away you go.
Lunch or a snack
Midday hunger? Well, you'll find plenty of things to satisfy it on the Premier Inn Birmingham airport's snack menu. There are burgers, pizzas, jacket potatoes, sandwiches, ciabattas and dishes to share - dough balls and dips, nachos and dips and potato wedges. If this is not enough, or you've a bigger appetite, the pub classics might be what you're after - there's scampi and chips, fish and chips, chicken makhani curry and chicken caesar salad, to name a few.
The snack menu is available from noon to 5pm from Monday to Saturday.
Dinner is served from 5pm to 10pm from Monday to Saturday. Just like the snack menu, there's plenty of choice.
To start you could have breaded Camembert, sticky chicken goujons, aromatic duck parcels or butterflied king prawns. For your main course there's a selection of steaks and grills, burgers, pizzas, pasta and salads, fish dishes and traditional favourites like sausage and mash, beef, mushroom and ale pie and chicken fajitas. For pudding, tingle your taste buds with tiramisu, profiteroles, Belgian waffles or baked vanilla cheesecake. If you've a savory tooth the cheese platter sounds good. Perhaps a hot drink or a liqueur coffee? The choice is yours.