With so much national acclaim and a wealth of happy customers every night of the week, Chung Ying is the perfect way to spend a night out. It is located right in the heart of Chinatown in Birmingham’s “entertainment” centre, just across from the Arcadian Centre and just a stone’s throw away from the Hippodrome.

Surrounded by exclusive bars, nightclubs and entertainment, Chung Ying is constantly inundated with atmosphere. Whether you’re looking to feast with family and friends or enjoy the company of a loved one over award winning Cantonese food, our restaurant delivers a premium service renowned throughout the midlands and the UK.

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  1. Whether it be a special occasion, or just because I fancy a good Chinese meal in nice surroundings, I'll definitely be making a return visit.

    Express and Star
  2. For decades Chung Ying has been a landmark at the heart of Birmingham’s Chinatown. Credited as the catalyst for the development of the area it was the original restaurant in a zone that has since become a highly popular part of the city.
    Birmingham Post
  3. There are hundreds of dishes, incorporating all manner of meats, sauces and preparations. If you are indecisive and popping in for a quick lunch, you may want to clear the diary for the afternoon.
    Emerald Street
  4. The Chung Ying team are all extremely polite and knowledgeable taking time to talk you through recommendations and any questions which is particularly useful when experimenting with new dishes.
    The Travel Editor
  5. A banquet can either crash into a series of platters of greasy lookalike stir-fries, or compose itself into a joyful spread of singular but harmonising dishes. Well Happy New Year to me, it's the latter.
  6. The restaurant has been serving Cantonese fare at the heart of Chinatown since 1981, and is very popular with Birmingham's Chinese community - both resident and visiting.