Lu Ban Restaurant’s stunning menus offer a range of small and large plate dishes from theirchefs, or you may choose a set menu to enjoy a wide selection of flavours. A full wine, beer and cocktail list is available to complement your dishes, and you can expect dedicated service from the Lu Ban team for the perfect dining experience.
Lu Ban cuisine is inspired by the Chinese region of Tianjin. In China the name Lu Ban is associated with invention and creativity, and dates back to 504-444 BC when Lu Ban, revered as a Chinese deity, was a master of craft, invention and innovation.
Executive Chef Dave J Critchley and his team develop Lu Ban dishes with an inventive culinary passion, respectful of Chinese food culture and traditions.
Lu Ban Restaurant won the Taste of England award at a glitzy ceremony held at the Library of Birmingham on Wednesday 8 June.