Of course, it appeals to the city’s thriving Chinese community, but Chinatown also pulls in a range of tenants with it’s great rental prices and prime location. Right next door to the Bullring, it’s in the heart of it all and yet has its own unique feel – authentic, established and easy-going.
It also boasts the Glee Club, the Hippodrome and the iconic Mr Egg takeaway. So, Friday nights are always taken care of.
A hub of cultures and cuisines that feels relaxed and authentic.
Mr Egg. It’s a bit of an institution for late-night grub. A Brum cult classic, it’s special because even if you’ve never been, you’ve still heard about it.
Wah Kee Bakery will give you a sweet taste of Eastern Asia with its fresh cakes and bubble tea and just across the alley, you can experience Chinese cuisine at its most authentic at Peach Garden.
The Arcadian lies at its heart and has everything from funky bars to an array of Asian dining experiences. The Gay Village is also just down the road and is always full of life.
Top international entertainment on your doorstep with the Hippodrome, Birmingham Royal Ballet and Glee Club. A few minutes walk to the Bullring and the Birmingham New Street station, UK’s busiest train station outside London.