Wing Wah Chinese Restaurant - Birmingham

Unit 1A, The Wing Yip Centre, 278 Thimblemill Lane, Nechells, Birmingham, B7 5HD

The Wing Wah group of Chinese restaurants is owned and run by master chefs from some of the prestigious restaurants in London. With six branches spread across Birmingham, Warley, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Burton and Nuneaton, the taste buds of those looking for some authentic Far East cuisine are well assuaged here. The menu is a parade of dishes with nothing that is alarmingly unfamiliar, so kick off with starters of Peking style spare ribs, sesame prawn on toast, crispy seaweed and hot and sour soup. A wide range of main courses encompass pan-fried fish fillet with fresh mango sauce, Chinese roasted pork with honey and mixed seafood laksa. Take your pick from a collection of delicious dim sums - glutinous rice in lotus leaf, rainbow ox honeycomb and chicken's claw in black bean sauce amongst others.

The Wing Wah group of Chinese restaurants is owned and run by master chefs from some of the prestigious restaurants in London. With six branches spread across Birmingham, Warley, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Burton and Nuneaton, the taste buds of those looking for some authentic Far East cuisine are well assuaged here.

The menu is a parade of dishes with nothing that is alarmingly unfamiliar, so kick off with starters of Peking style spare ribs, sesame prawn on toast, crispy seaweed and hot and sour soup. A wide range of main courses encompass pan-fried fish fillet with fresh mango sauce, Chinese roasted pork with honey and mixed seafood laksa. Take your pick from a collection of delicious dim sums - glutinous rice in lotus leaf, rainbow ox honeycomb and chicken's claw in black bean sauce amongst others. Japanese teppanyaki has many dedicated followers and who would not love to savour a piping hot meal of squid, mushrooms or water chestnuts curd.

Special offers, a huge buffet spread and a dazzling chocolate fountain display are other features which regularly draw diners to Wing Wah.

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Chinese

: 12:00 - 15:00 18:00 - 23:00
: 12:00 - 15:00 18:00 - 23:30
: 12:00 - 17:00 17:00 - 21:30

Reservations: 0121 327 7879

Unit 1A, The Wing Yip Centre, 278 Thimblemill Lane, Nechells, Birmingham, B7 5HD [Map]

£8.00    £15.00

(Avg Price is the average cost per person for two courses, coffee, half a bottle of house wine and tip/service)

REVIEWS OF Wing Wah Chinese Restaurant - Birmingham

Joe (27 July 2010)

It is real like the Chinese barbecue and dim sum.

Rayna (16 July 2010)

I love the Chinese barbecue and kids eat for free. It has good value for money.

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