Chung Ying Garden

17 Thorp Street, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Restaurant/cafe
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Opening Hours

Monday
12:00 - 23:00
Tuesday
12:00 - 23:00
Wednesday
12:00 - 23:00
Thursday
12:00 - 23:00
Friday
12:00 - 23:00
Saturday
12:00 - 23:00
Sunday
12:00 - 22:00

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30/12/2015
Fábio

Awesome Dum Sum!

29/12/2014
Graham

Dim sum was ok, with presentation needing work, it's hard trying to find great dim sum in Birmingham, service was speedy and polite

26/08/2013
Jonas

The food is awful

26/08/2013
Yishi

The food taste not fresh ... We did not enjoy it

27/12/2011
Steven

English folks, don't bother getting the duck with pancakes, it's a waste for these brilliant chefs, go for something you haven't had before...like eel with black bean sauce or salt and pepper ribs ;)

01/10/2011
Julian

Currently, the best Dim Sum in town. Try the pan-fried beancurd with shredded duck. Special!

08/09/2011
LK

12pm-5pm 10% discount for dim sum

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Come and enjoy the Mid Autumn Festival with us tomorrow night in the Chinese Quarter. The festival is on from 5pm-10pm and it promises to be an evening to remember! There'll be lion dances, a martial arts demo and even a firework finale. Plus, don't forget to book a table with us for after the festivities, we'll be busy!

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Hosting an #event? Here at Chung Ying Garden we have a large room available for hire, perfect for a number of occasions including parties, birthdays, corporate events, weddings and more. We have a fully catered bar, we're based in the heart of the famous China Town in Birmingham City Centre and there is plenty of nearby parking. Would it be wrong to say we were the #perfect location for your event? Maybe? We're going to say it anyway! http://chungyinggarden.co.uk/function-room

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Today is national #Youngasyoufeel day! How young do you feel and what keeps you youthful? Dim sum and jasmine tea do the trick for us.

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As well as earth & stone, sticky rice is an ingredient in the Great Wall of China due to its cohesive properties!

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Anyone visiting town tonight? We've got dim sum with your name on it! (We don't actually, but you get the idea.)

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The good old spring roll; little, cylindrical, crispy delights. We serve not one but four different types! SPOILER ALERT: They are all delicious.

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For the whole month of March, if you quote the code 'Changyu5' you can receive £5 off our delicious Chinese red wine. As if you needed more of an excuse to have a glass!

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We think these people in China got the wrong impression when someone told them to be a bit more adventurous with their food!

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We've seen some poor use of chopsticks in our time, but nothing quite as strange as this! In China, police men and women often go through 'smile training' so that they have the perfect grin for the public.

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