Asian dating provides you with an opportunity to enjoy some of the world’s most vibrant cuisine. The UK has an amazing range of Asian eateries, whether you’re looking for authentic Japanese seafood or richly spiced Indian curries. We’ve put together some ideas to inspire you to try out some of the best Asian cuisine around.
Edmund House, 12-22 Newhall Street, Birmingham, B3 3LX.
Rated by The Guardian Newspaper as one of the best cheap eateries in Birmingham, Asha’s is Asian dating perfection. With Indian favourites such as tikka masalas, jalfrezis and Punjabi platters, there’s sure to be something on Asha’s menu to tempt your date’s tastes. Situated on Newhall Street, you and your date are just minutes’ walk away from Broad Street, one of the city’s liveliest and most atmospheric night spots.
19-21 Dundas Street, Edinburgh EH3 6QG
Kweilin provides you with a truly authentic, Cantonese-style Asian dating experience. Misty mountain scenes adorn the walls at this popular seafood restaurant. Indulge in a wide range of seafood as Keilin’s master chefs harness the fresh quality of Scottish seafood, blended with Cantonese preparation and techniques, to lay on an opulent Asian feast. Not a seafood fan? Not a problem. Try Kweilin’s crispy roast duck to ensure your dinner date is a hit.
5 Raphael Street, London, SW7 1DL.
No Asian dating experience in London is complete without a visit to Zuma in Knightsbridge for amazing Japanese. Impress your dinner companion with your sense of culinary adventure as you dabble in spicy lobster, waygu beef, salmon sashimi and, of course, authentic sushi. Zuma also has a specialist Sake sommelier to hand who can talk you through this south west London restaurant’s impressive range of beverages. Just make sure you get a reservation in early to avoid disappointment at this busy Japanese joint.
14-18 Stowell Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE1 4XQ.
Nestled at the heart of Newcastle’s Chinatown, Mandarin is an Oriental cuisine all-rounder and the ideal spot for Asian dating. Serving mainly Chinese and Thai, Mandarin’s red and gold décor gives you a real Asian flavour as you sample many of your favourite Asian dishes. Look out for the chef’s speciality banquet at £25 a head, featuring won ton soup, satay chicken skewers and aromatic duck with pancakes in a specially blended hoi sin sauce.
166 Medieval Spon Street, Coventry, West Midlands, CV1 3BB.
Sitting on Coventry’s charming Medieval Spon Street, a visit to Turmeric Gold will have your date thinking they have stepped onto the bustling streets of Mumbai. Choose from a wide range of speciality house dishes, including the mouth-watering chicken Rawalpindi, which made this lively Indian and Thai fusion restaurant a deserving winner of a string of regional awards.