Chinese takeaway from nearby Birmingham restaurants
What would a world without variety be like? Thankfully you never need to worry about that with an order of Chinese food! Chinese is one of the brightest stars of the takeaway world for good reason; it offers huge menus to suit every possible desire. You might find it’s impossible to choose when you order Chinese, but don’t worry; it’s great sharing food, so go ahead and order several dishes! You can have sweet, sour, spicy and savoury tastes on your plate all at once! Does it get any better than that?!
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What's on the menu?
A banquet in Birmingham
Poultry fans can enjoy chicken in numerous styles with a Chinese order. Lemon chicken provides a sweet and tangy kick, chicken in yellow bean sauce is salty and aromatic, or maybe a serving of pepper chicken tossed in egg-fried rice would appeal to you. Beef dishes will also appeal to spice fans: look to chilli-fried beef for some zing.
Stir-fry is a dish in which vegetables are heavily involved. Vegetarians surely won’t feel left out with Chinese! Go with the likes of bamboo shoots with cashew nuts tossed in soy sauce, or how about baby corn and crunchy water chestnuts with a side of fried noodles? Crispy-fried seaweed is another great option if you like your food crunchy!
To heighten the share-friendly factor of Chinese food, you may consider ordering some fabulous side dishes and snacks for delivery. Egg-fried or vegetable rolls are an obvious classic, but have you tried wontons? You might also consider dumplings – the circular ones often contain meat while the triangle-shaped parcels, both of which can be finished and made crispy in a wok, can contain pumpkin, spinach or mushrooms, which will likely depend on what region in China the restaurant’s proprietors are from.