Chung Ying Garden

17 Thorp Street
B5 4AT
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About Chung Ying Garden

Birmingham enjoys a plethora of good Cantonese restaurants and Chung Ying Garden is one of the most established and the best. An old-style Chinese eaterie decorated in reds with wood detailing and statues of proprietary Gods, it attracts a Western crowd during the week, especially local business folk, but on Sunday the place is packed with Chinese diners enjoying the dim sum. What's cooking? The menu is gigantic, with nearly 380 dishes, including boiled rice, so if you ever had a favourite, it is here, as are some less familiar dishes. Or, if you can't face the decisions, try one of the six set menus. Good vegetarian selection and noodle dishes, and great dim sum.

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chung ying garden,Birmingham.we went on a friday night,it wasnt too busy.The menu has a great choice and very reasonable price.staff were pleasent and service good.Main courses are good portion size.Enjoyed very much.

very busy due to 1st night of chinese new year, good value, staff very friendly, recommend

Arrived 15mins earlier and restaurant manager was very accommodating.

Very efficient service. Ordered dim sum which we didn't have to wait too long for.

All bamboo streamer dishes cooked well and tasted nice. Fried noodles with duck wasn't as good, very fatty pork char siu and duck.

A party of us went to Ching Ying Gardens in Birmingham for dinner. We were very impressed with the food, it was delicious and there was lots of it! Thoroughly enjoyable evening.

Much friendlier staff and better service now. Haven't been for a while, the interior is still drab hotel style though.

service attentive though food disappointing. was seated near the corner of the restaurant and smelt like urine.

very accommodating

Excellent food, huge choice, but the service was terrible! An hour after we had arrived on time for our booking we still had not been asked what drinks we would like or ordered our food! The restaurant was VERY busy

Chung Ying Garden, Birmingham. I ordered king prawn with straw mushrooms, & asked for no onions (as I can't digest if not cooked well), but the dish came with only prawns and mushrooms and no other vegetables. Maybe this is how it was meant to be & I should have ordered a side dish. Saying that, it was very tasty, and the egg fried rice was perfect. Also had jasmine tea included in the price. Service fast but not especially friendly. Saw Chinese at the next table with a different menu??

Having tried the sister restaurant on several occasions (Chung Ying Cantonese Restaurant), we decided to give Chung Ying Garden a go. The selected starter for the table....shredded aromatic duck with pancakes.....was a tad better at the other place. Main courses, however, (especially the beef with pepper sauce.....very lean and tasty meat!) was lovely. Service could have been quicker. We were heading to the ballet (6 pm sitting with the performance starting at 7:30) ...and needing to rush.

Chung Ying Garden, Birmingham offers the largest number of choices of any restaurant we have ever visited. We were pressed for time and ordered some old favourites: wun tun soup, beef with ginger and spring onion, pork with bamboo shoots and chinese mushrooms, yung chow rice and soft fried noodles with beansprouts. All were very good indeed, the portions generous and the service friendly, hospitable and reasonably quick. Not cheap but we'll certainly be back.

My husband and I visited Chung Ying Garden, in Birmingham, for our valentines/my birthday meal. The atmosphere was very romantic but more importantly the food was great! It was a set menu however being non-beef eaters we were able to substitute all the beef dishes for a different dish. Although we chose the most expensive menu, there was a set menu to suit every buget. The service was quick with no fuss and no waiting around. We had a lovely time and will be visiting this restaurant again.

Visited on a Saturday night. The place was packed but the service was fast and the food excellent. Not the cheapest of restaurants but the extra is probably worth it. Been a few tiomes before and definitely will again.

I visited Chung Ying Garden in Birmingham last Friday night and I loved loved loved my food, my partner was not so keen. I had for my main sizzling aubergine with tofu in black bean sauce with noodles and beansprouts and it was heavenly! Highly recommend it ... Restaurent not so swish but the food made up for that.

Despite arriving in middle of early evening rush, service and food was as good as usual

Love the food at this place. You can go to is sister restaurant across the road, Chung Ying for a bit more of a crazy atmosphere but nice ambience and buzz in this restaurant and the service is good. Amazing selection of food

Great dim sum as always. Could come here every week. Great for vegetarians and food comes out pretty quick. Salt and pepper bean curd with cashew nuts is a must.

Very authentic. Packed with Chinese diners - always a good sign! Dimsum excellent. Good (if not slightly surly) service. Buzzy atmosphere. Will definately return!

We had an enjoyable evening at Chung Ying Gardens in Birmingham. The food was fresh and enjoyable, the service very attentive, polite and efficient and the cost was reasonable.

We went to the Chung Ying Garden in Birmingham as part of my son's 18th birthday celebrations. Very enjoyable meal, including the steamed sea bass which was excellent