Here’s Voilo’s guide of the best places in Birmingham to get a taste of China’s culture 🇨🇳
Did you know the Tiger is known as the king of all beasts in China? The zodiac sign Tiger is a symbol of strength, exorcising evils, and bravery. Many Chinese children wear clothes with a tiger image for good luck.
Here at Voilo, we’re celebrating the diversity in our beloved city, Birmingham by sharing with you all a guide to the best Chinese places in Birmingham.
Since the 1960s, Birmingham’s Chinese Quarter has been known to be the major meeting place for the Chinese community. Much of it’s streets and alleyways can be found lined with Chinese, Japanese, and Korean eateries and food stores.
One of the longest established award-winning Cantonese restaurants that happens to be located in Chinese Quarter whom just celebrated their 40th anniversary is the Chung Ying Cantonese Restaurant. Renowned for their delicious dim-sum, people from all over visit to experience the flavours from this restaurant.
Another gem in Chinese Quarter is Ming Moon Birmingham which is a Pan-Asian Chinese Buffet restaurant, they also offer a 10-themed private room karaoke bar, expect themes like ‘The Gatsby’ and ‘Bollywood.’
Exclusive to the Birmingham branch is their new Bubble Tea which they just added this month!
Over in Birmingham’s ever-busy, Grand Central shopping centre you can find this authentic, halal, hidden gem Mrs Chew’s Kitchen!
Try out their famous Roast Duck next time you’re in Grand Central!
When you talk about aesthetic restaurants in Birmingham, you have to mention the most instagrammable modern, contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu Birmingham on Barwick Street, here you can indulge in a unique modern, yin yang dining experience also catering to those who prefer vegetarian options.