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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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NORTH GARDEN, NELSON STREET If you're looking for a Chinese restaurant in Liverpool, most people are bound to head to Chinatown.
Dirty Chinese Restaurant," marketed by Big-O-Tree Games, has players take on the role of "Wong Fu," who just inherited his brother Wang Fu's business.
One evening, Jenny, our producer, invited us to dinner at Bellevue Hotel's Chinese restaurant Phoenix Court.
Later produced around the country, it featured a clown who rescues a young white woman from the balcony of a Chinese restaurant.
Ada Lee, the longtime owner of the property, operated Cathay's Chinese Restaurant there in the 1950s and 1960s, an architect who represents Li wrote to the city last year.
The Legacy of Taste Pagoda Awards are in their ninth year and are open to all types of Chinese restaurants - independent, part of a chain, fine dining, local or family run.
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).
Unfortunately, three of his former colleagues have passed away but Robert would like to know if he dined at Newcastle's first Chinese restaurant in 1960.
Meanwhile, B-Side wrote on his blog that he and his friend Jash spent more than three hours looking for an open Chinese restaurant in the Los Angeles area, and at last they had to order take-out Chinese food.
But the Taishanese brought it to the United States, and as more New Yorkers began to eat it, the Chinese restaurant owners realized that if they got rid of black bean sauce, pieces of dried seafood and other ingredients about which the Americans were squeamish, it would be more to American taste.

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