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A foodie haven for Chinese expats
Word to the wise: The portions are big here and made for sharing making this a great spot for big groups.
There is no messing about here with Western-friendly Chinese fodder. Packed full of Chinese families, the staff are entirely Chinese and the food is so authentic that unless you've spent some time in China, or indeed are Chinese yourself, you won't know what you're eating.
The noodles are made from scratch in-house and many of the more obscure ingredients are shipped in from China. While there is a menu it's more fun to walk up to the coolers near the entrance, and point at whichever plate of raw food takes your fancy. This is one of those places where experimenting reaps tasty rewards.