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Wong Kei Chinatown Review… The uncompromising rudeness was part of the romance

Wong Kei is one of the longest standing Cantonese institutions in Chinatown, it’s a multi-storey restaurant with its own Wikipedia…

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Jen Café Review – Chinatown – come here to get your gap filled

If you’re in search for tummy filling, reasonably priced, and above all tasty food in a welcoming place then Jen…

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Four Seasons Review – Chinatown – quack action

Four Seasons is a Chinatown faithful who champion the virtues of Cantonese roast duck; they really do get behind theirs…

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Dumplings Legend – Review (Chinatown)

Since I was a kid, Chinatown was the mecca for authentic Cantonese cuisine, it was notoriously good for your niche…

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New Mayflower – Review (Shaftsbury Avenue) The End of an Institution

The phrase ‘all good things come to an end’ is coined for desolate times like this, yes it’s true my…

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New Mayflower Chinese Restaurant – Cantonese Food That Thrills Your Palate

New Mayflower needs no introduction in my opinion – it was my first post on here back in September 2012 and…

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New Mayflower – Review (London Shaftsbury Avenue)

 New Mayflower Shaftsbury Avenue How does one introduce a Cantonese restaurant that has been here longer than anyone cares? No…