First Nan Zhou, now Dim Sum Garden... do restaurants lose their edge when they move?
Interesting question: I would suggest that the answer would depend on many elements. Perhaps from where to where, access to the new location by their clientele, staff changes, menu status to mention a few.
I hadn't noticed any change in Nan Zhou's quality; what happened?
So will Dim Sum Garden then be located next to Joy Tsin Lau?
So I take it this thread isn't about Ramona Africa opening a restaurant.
That restaurant would bomb
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