Chinese Quarter: 12 things to do in Birmingham Chinatown
These Japanese, Korean, Thai, Malaysian, and Cantonese restaurants in Chinatown are going to fulfil your heart’s desire if you are a fan of Asian cuisine
Asian immigrants have made the diverse city of Birmingham their home since many decades. The first settlers came around the 1950s and in the 1980s, the area around Ladywell Walk was officially recognised as Chinatown.
Chinatown or the Chinese Quarter is home to amazing dining and shopping options. With the LGBTQ+ village right next door, it’s packed and lively out there at night with people queuing to get into the best eateries and clubs.
You will find that most of the Chinatown restaurants are decorated with traditional lanterns and seating arrangements but they take a modern twist to the food.
There are Japanese, Korean, Thai, Malaysian, and Cantonese restaurants in Chinatown that are going to fulfil your heart’s desire if you are a fan of Asian cuisine. From crispy fried chicken to noodles, ramen, and so much more - a walk down this neighbourhood is a lesson in how many varied Asian food is.
And, there’s also something for those with a sweet tooth - making it the perfect place to get a wholesome meal and have fun with friends and family.
Here are 12 things to do in Chinatown in Birmingham: