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    p00
    p00 is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    Default Best Restaurant Ever?

    http://v.cctv.com/html/cultureexpres...081209_4.shtml

    Perhaps the most perfect place for a first date.
    Last edited by p00; 12-12-2008 at 02:51 AM.
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    R3dKnight is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    From a chinese to another....

    don't trust chinese restaurant...

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    Quote Originally Posted by R3dKnight View Post
    From a chinese to another....

    don't trust chinese restaurant...
    I trust our local one. They make on the finest chinese dishes. Three kinds of chicken wings, three kinds of beef tips, all the "non-meat rolls" you could ever want, and wanton noodles.

    Oh, and by sheer coincidence, they serve chicken nuggets and fries that happen to be identical to the ones from that McDonalds they share a parking lot with.

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    R3dKnight is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    I said that.
    because of us. HK and all the other "outsiders" chinese don't trust mainland food.

    Quote Originally Posted by Terasiel
    Oh, and by sheer coincidence, they serve chicken nuggets and fries that happen to be identical to the ones from that McDonalds they share a parking lot with.
    LOL.
    DVD's and CD's are yesterday news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R3dKnight View Post
    I said that.
    because of us. HK and all the other "outsiders" chinese don't trust mainland food.



    LOL.
    DVD's and CD's are yesterday news.
    Whatever. Barbarians.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MojoMunkeez View Post
    Whatever. Barbarians.
    And that, my friends, is why the great wall was built in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terasiel View Post
    And that, my friends, is why the great wall was built in the first place.
    Lol xD

    I never ate chinese/japanese food.Maybe I should try it sometime...Thought about trying ramen when I read Naruto.
    And I really dunno if IŽd like Sushi (and yeah,I know Sushi is japanese and Ramen is originally from China - know after I googled it )

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueDemon View Post
    Lol xD

    I never ate chinese/japanese food.Maybe I should try it sometime...Thought about trying ramen when I read Naruto.
    And I really dunno if IŽd like Sushi (and yeah,I know Sushi is japanese and Ramen is originally from China - know after I googled it )
    Praise be to thee! As thou hast been touched his noodley appendage and knowledge and thusly been granted unto you!

    May we all be as fortunate as our Blue friend here.

    Ramen!

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    WATCH OUT BURGER KING/McDonald....

    Ramen gonna take over American fast food.

    and you can't do nothing about it.

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    I once heard that for a chinese, all thats chewable is seen as edible as well.

    The only asian ingredient I use to cook is soy sauce, there is good soy sauce imported from Thailand.
    wood ear

 

 
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