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Duende Restaurant

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Try Duende Restaurant in Newcastle Street - Fresh ingredients, great atmosphere, and very talented chef make this the best kept secret in the area. The staff are great, the menu changes with the...

Destinations: Bangladesh | Indochina | Vietnam | Hong Kong | Cambodia | China
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Sharon's Coffee & Restaurant

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Excellent Western kitchen (try the Cordon Bleu and the delicious home-made baguettes). Cozy atmosphere, very friendly stuff, Sharon goes out of her way to help you.

Destinations: Guilin | China
Topics: Food
The Miele Guide: Asia's first truly independent restaurant guide - to be launched later in the year. Covers 16 Asian countries.

The Miele Guide

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The Miele Guide is an exciting, new and truly unique Asian restaurant guide. Published by Ate Media Pte. Ltd. (Ate Media) and sponsored by Miele, a German manufacturer of premium and innovative...

Destinations: Korea, N | Malaysia | Burma | Indonesia | Macau | Singapore | Brunei | Vietnam | Hong Kong | Korea, S | India | Sri Lanka | Taiwan | China | Cambodia | Laos | Thailand | Japan | Philippines
Topics: Food
Nanqing Jie, the new Muslim food area

Muslim Food Street

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Shuncheng Jie, Kunming's once-famous Muslim food street, has been gentrified out of existence, and the block once housing scores of excellent Hui and Uigher restaurants is now more-or-less...

Destinations: Kunming | Yunnan | China
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Interior of Sahara, Soho Central, Hong Kong

Sahara

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In the heart of Soho, Central Hong Kong. An easy 5 to 10 minutes walk from Central MTR Station. It's located away from the crowded streets, nestled in a narrow street away from the cars. Enjoyed...

Destinations: Hong Kong
Topics: Food
Mak's Noodle Ltd. - Central Hong Kong

Mak's Noodle

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Eat where the locals eat. When in Central, try eating lunch at one of the many noodle shops where you will see many professionals eat during their lunch break. It's quick, tasty and cheap. There's...

Destinations: Hong Kong
Topics: Food
Kam Fung Cafe in Wanchai

Kam Fung Cafe

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Kam Fung Cafe is known by the locals to have really good Pineapple buns. A cafe serving Hong Kong style milk tea, pastries and typical breakfast menu. There are no English menus. With a limited...

Destinations: Hong Kong
Topics: Food

Wong Chi Kei Congee & Noodle

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When the weather cools down, a bowl of congee or Cantonese style wonton noodle soup is the best way to warm up. Wong Chi Kee is located within 5 minutes walk from Central MTR Station (Exit D2).

Destinations: Hong Kong
Topics: Food

Yung Kee Restaurant

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An established Chinese restaurant since the 60's. Famous for their roast goose.

Destinations: Hong Kong
Topics: Food
The Flying Pan - Central Hong Kong

The Flying Pan

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If you crave American breakfast food while in Hong Kong, this is the place for you. It serves breakfast food all day, open 24/7. It's a nice place to grab a bite after a late night out too. It's diner...

Destinations: Hong Kong
Topics: Food
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