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Hong Kong Help Please!!

Dweendaddy May 21, 2006 09:06 PM

I have a friend going to Hong Kong and I can't remember the names of two of the best restaurants I went to there. Here are the things I remember: they are related (similar ownership) one had some dongbei influence (I remember them having bottles of Hapi (Harbin Pijiu, for about US$5 which is such a joke because I used to drink it by the case for Y2 for a big bottle). Also, they were in a kind of hip/design district on HK island, and they were decorated in dark woods, Shanghai-Tang-ish without being a chain, if you can picture that. The food, beside just being outstanding, was definitely chinese, but just had the tiniest hint of fusion in it - mostly fusion within provinces in China, but something waiguo about it as well. Please let me know the names and addresses if you can!!

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    HKTraveler May 22, 2006 12:24 PM

    Are you thinking about Yi Jiang Nan in the Soho district? Try to look at openrice.com and it has the details on the restaurant.

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      aprilmei May 23, 2006 06:30 AM

      Maybe you're thinking of Shui Hu Ju? There used to be two - one on Graham Street, the other on Peel. The one on Graham Street closed down.

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        Dweendaddy May 23, 2006 04:30 PM

        That sounds right.... thanks

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