Wing Wah

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This has been a go to for many seeking authentic Chinese cuisine for a number of years now. They have an extensive menu to choose from and have the freshest of seafood available to diners, which can be a rare find. They are experts when it comes to Dim Sum and a host of other hearty dishes. Eat like a King at Wing Wah. It has to be done!

Ming Moon

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Ming Moon is equally delicious. Serving only the very best Chinese treats. Make sure you enter with an appetite because a feast, it will certainly be! Don’t forget to venture underground for their amazing karaoke bar to keep energy levels boosted after your slap-up meal! With themed Great Gatsby, Bollywood, Ninja and Guns ‘n’ Roses rooms to choose from, you’ll have quite the experience.


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Heading over to Korea next with Toppoki, this is another great way to take in the Far Eastern foods the city has on offer. The amazing servers are happy to suggest the dishes you’re likely to love. Handy, if you are new to this kind of cuisine. You’ll certainly be back for more after this first trip. Bulgogi Dupbap is highly recommended.

Chung Ying Central

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Part of the Chung Ying Group, Chung Ying Central is the most contemporary of its restaurants. Quietly tucked-away on Colmore Row, this is ideal for couples who are looking out for their next destination for date night. The cocktails are wonderful too. Like Wing Wah, the Dim Sum is delicious.

Miyako Teppanyaki

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This eatery hails itself as Birmingham’s first Japanese restaurant and since its opening in 1992, chefs have captivated guests by cooking food to their preference on heated steel plates, encouraging an awe-inspiring, immersive experience. Miyako Teppanyaki have a wide and exciting menu that will leave you hard pushed to make just the one choice!

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