Chinese Restaurants in Birmingham
1. Peel's British, Modern restaurant in Hampton-in-Arden Hampton Manor, Shadowbrook Lane - B92
Too limited feedback this year for a rating of this flagship dining room, whose many accolades have established it as a bastion of the Midlands hospitality scene. The property is currently emerging from major investment under long-term owners, the Hills, who have recently added ‘Smoke’ and ‘Grace & Savour’ – see also. BREAKING NEWS: In November 2022, it was announced that Peels will close in favour of a ‘comfort food’ formula.
2. Tattu Chinese restaurant in Birmingham 18 Barwick Street - B3
2021 Review: “Arresting” design is a big feature of Adam and Drew Jones’s stunning-looking Chinese-themed yearling: the city’s biggest basement bar and restaurant situated in the recently reopened Grand hotel (built in 1879, and refurbished after over a decade’s closure). Too few reports for a rating as yet: its menu contains a “theatrically presented combination of small bites and larger dishes”. The next stop after this is Edinburgh, opening late 2019.
3. Yikouchi at Chancer’s Café Chinese restaurant in Birmingham 1418 Pershore Road - B30
It looks unpromising – derelict even – on the outside, but this quirky venue from chef James Kirk-Gould and his partner Cassie caught attention in April 2022, when Jay Rayner of The Observer decided to give it a review. At the weekends, it’s all about waffles and fudge sauce (Cassie has a fudge business), but Wednesday to Friday it serves up “thrilling dishes paying homage to their time together in China” making this, says Jay, a “brilliant-cut-gem of a place”, with dishes rarely costing over £9.
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