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Chinese restaurant,

a dining establishment that serves Chinese food.
Chinese restaurant syndrome - chest pain, facial pressure, and burning sensation that develops after persons sensitive to monosodium glutamate ingest this food additive. Synonym(s): Kwok quease
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It was reported in 2011 that there are more Chinese restaurants in the United States than the number of McDonald's, Burger Kings, Wendy's, Domino's and Pizza Huts combined!
Chung Ying on Wrottesley Street and Chung Ying Garden on Thorp Street are two of only 32 Chinese restaurants in the UK to receive a Pagoda rating and will now be listed in The Legacy of Taste Eating Out Guide.
The Dragon Inn Chinese Restaurant is for sale on a leasehold basis at PS59,000, through Rook Matthews Sayer, tel: 0191 212 0000.
Individual interviews with Chinese restaurant owners/operators were conducted to (a) investigate the core CCVs that influence Chinese restaurant operation and food safety training; (b) explore attitudes, past experiences, and barriers related to health inspection and food safety training; and (c) identify the most preferred food safety training method(s).
WARM WELCOME: A meal at the family friendly Hong Sing Chinese Restaurant will not only tantalise your tastebuds, but will be easy on the pocket too
The Marlborough Caf on Scotswood Road opened in 1949, was the first Chinese restaurant in town.
In a culinary arts forum, Mizducky commented that her parents took her to the local Chinese restaurant for the first time in 1958, when she was two years old (2008).
There are also plans for another large Chinese restaurant at the Mermaid Quay leisure and retail scheme in Cardiff Bay.
Wing Wah is the first Chinese restaurant to move into mainstream TV advertising on the ITV network in the Midlands.
Like most Chinese restaurants, the best way to enjoy Seafood King is with several dining companions, allowing you to be seated at a round table with one of those Lazy Susan-style tops.
And, in January 2005, Gildardo Ferrera was trafficked from Chicago to work in a Chinese restaurant in Michigan where he was beaten and did not get paid for five days before he made his escape, according to Jose Oliva, director of the Chicago Interfaith Workers' Rights Center, which filed a labor complaint on Ferrera's behalf.

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