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Thursday 3 June 2004 9.57am
Is there a decent Chinese restaurant in the area. I am technically E1 but RV1 just makes everything S of wapping look so Much better
Thursday 3 June 2004 10.02am
What's that one like on Tower Bridge Road - between The Bricklayers Arms & Grange Road?

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Thursday 3 June 2004 10.13am
would not bother...nor the one in grange about the Great Wall in Tooley Street? that used to be pricey though....I forgot Hong kong city in old kent road, buffet and restaurant

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Thursday 3 June 2004 10.15am
I fyou mean GOlden Chopsticks, thats Northern CHinese food- I am Southern CHinese so I prefer something along the lines of clean and fresh.
The best I have tried in the area is all the way in the Docklands (Royal China) or Viet food in Kingsland Road.
Thursday 3 June 2004 1.02pm
Champor Champor on Weston Street - virtually in the arches under London Bridge station. Not Chinese, but oriental cooking with a twist & absolutely superb.

Much loved by people called Natalie.

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Friday 4 June 2004 10.46am
Royal China is pretty good. I love Chinese food and round here I like the Great Wall. There's a good, modern place in Shoreditch but I can't remember the name.
Friday 4 June 2004 3.18pm
Champor champor,
have not tried that one yet, Champor champor means "all mixed up" in Malay!
Friday 4 June 2004 3.29pm
Mix & Match I think is the official line!

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Friday 4 June 2004 3.37pm
Ah, that reminded me of that old thread - just had a laugh re-reading it.
Friday 4 June 2004 3.52pm
So how busy are you then, really? (And is supercilious your favourite word too?)

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