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Mr Zhou’s Dumplings – Revisited

A visit to the renovated Mr Zhou’s Restaurant, May, 2015: We have been overdue to visit the renovated Mr Zhou’s Dumplings restaurant. I didn’t recognise the revamped layout from the original takeaways fit out.  Instead of the big counter and only a couple of tables,  there are now over 10...

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Miss Saigon

Seems that there is a new Vietnamese restaurant opening up almost every week.  Miss Saigon has opened  in the former premises of the Olympic Cafe and Market Kitchen, behind the Newmarket tepid baths.  The restaurant has several spaces on different levels, and the main change is the upgrading of the...

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Lucky Fortune Restaurant – Yum Cha

I am always keen to learn about a new restaurant to enjoy yum cha, so I was intrigued to learn about this restaurant in Three Kings. Three of us went for lunch, including a friend with expert knowledge who just happens to be the aunt of our review contributor May-Lee...

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Thai Street

We’ve been meaning to check out Thai Street for a while as it always looks busy and bustling when we pass it. This night was no exception with a steady stream of locals and tourists chatting loudly in the lively, open-fronted restaurant. It’s part of the Wynyard Quarter group of...

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Nanam Eatery

“Possibly the best Cheapeats meal we have had,” offered my husband about our dinner at new Filipino restaurant Nanam. If you love fresh flavours, interesting food combinations and generous portions beautifully presented, all at reasonable prices, then book now for dinner at Nanam.  Yes, you will need to reserve.  Word...

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Lucky Buddha Eatery

Joining the wave of “modern new Asian” food is Fort Street’s Lucky Buddha. The owners and chefs hail from Korea and the Philippines and turn out dishes from around Asia. The fit-out is simple and attractive, with an interesting wood effect on the walls and bar, and seating is at...

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