A new event aiming to bring together Birmingham’s creative community, food lovers and free thinking individuals over good food, launches at the Zellig building in Digbeth on Saturday, December 10th.
The Dollar Dim Sum Club, delivered in partnership with Digbeth streetwear concept store Bene Culture, promises live music from Birmingham Rapper Franklin Armstrong, a DJ set from Brum Radio, BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio DJ Jack Parker, screen printed t-shirts designed by local artist Charlie Soffe and a screening of a classic Bruce Lee film during the evening.
On the menu: handmade, freshly steamed Siu Mai dumplings, smashed cucumber salad, sticky boiled rice + more tasty surprises. Vegetarian options of braised cabbage and peanut and chilli boiled dumplings will also be available.
Tickets include entry to the event, one meal, entry into a raffle to win a t-shirt, beer courtesy of Tsingtao and coconut water from Fountain of Youth.
Dollar Dim Sum Club was founded in winter 2016 by budding chef, Birmingham native and longtime traditional Chinese food fan, Alex Situnayake.
For further information, or to buy tickets to the event on Saturday 10 December, visit the official Dollar Dim Sum Club Facebook page.
Lead image: Tom Bird