A few years ago, the Sparkhill United Reform Church, at the corner of Stratford Road and College Road, was completely refitted and re-opened as a restaurant serving traditional Pakistani/North Indian cuisine.

Based in the heart of the world-renowned Balti Triangle of Birmingham, the restaurant is housed in a striking building set back from the street, with an imposing red brick facade and tall white columns, the interior of Mughal-e-Azam is even more impressive.

Sparkhill’s divine diner is focused on Mughlai cuisine, a style developed in the imperial kitchens of the Mughal Empire and it’s the kind of place where anyone wanting to expand their curry repertoire can stray from the middle of the road and try something new.

Every dish has it’s own signature flavour, therefore there is always a new experience to discover. From the moment you arrive you experience the true charming personality of Mughel-e-Azam

— Zoe Carlow, Valued Customer