Ming Moon

The grand and opulent Ming Moon is not only a feast of fantastic food but also a feast for the eyes. Elaborate and deluxe, its entrance alone – all imposing and shiny black surface – pulls out all the stops in a lollapalooza eatery that is grand but also kitsch.Modern interiors set in an epic yet modern space are the perfect backdrop for banquet-style Chinese cuisine. Ming Moon serves over 60 dishes of Pan Asian food including Cantonese, Northern Chinese, Sichuan, Thai, Japanese and Indian. The seating plan gives props to a magnificent 300 people and includes stylish red leather-clad semi-circular booths. There’s live cooking from the open kitchen serving Teppanyaki, Dim Sum, Sushi, BBQ, Noodles, Congee, Vermicelli Roll, all topped off with a vast selection of desserts.After a buffet meal at Ming Moon there is no better way to work off those calories than throwing some disco moves on the Karaoke dancefloor. Let your inner X Factor wannabe talent out with the latest karaoke kit, crystal sound microphone, large screens and high quality P.A. system. With a Chinese and English (or English only) interface the touch sensitive screen and remote control make it user friendly for any technophobe to operate. English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Vietnamese Songs are all available.


Address: Baylis House, 16 Hurst Street, Southside, Birmingham, B5 4BN

Tel: 0121 622 5588

Web: http://www.mingmoon.co.uk

Opening Times

Lunch: Mon-Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat, Sun & Bank Hol 12pm-5pm.
Dinner: Sun-Thur 5pm-11pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-11.30pm.