Longing for China - Qian Zhou Hotpot
The closest landmark to Qian Zhou is Philippine House, a popular restaurant on Najda Street. As you stand outside Philippine house, just a take a couple of steps forward and see the the sign, Qian Zhou Hotpot. So, how would I describe the cuisine here? Well, it is a hotpot restaurant that caters for varied tastes.
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|The restaurant is very kitschy.|
|Rolls of beef|
|Fresh Chinese spinach.|
The final verdict? Yes, the restaurant is kitschy. The owners have clearly made an attempt to attract as many customers possible. I have been here about 4 times though, and there are not many Chinese customers. Never a good sign. The service is atrocious. Look beyond all of this. I think it is still worth a visit. But the again I am biased: My longing for China made this an enjoyable evening for me.