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On Sretenka opened a cafe of pan-Asian cuisine "China Chi"

A new cafe of pan-Asian cuisine "China Chi" from the owners of the Tanuki restaurant chain has opened on Sretenka Street. This was reported to Life around by representatives of the institution.

In the cafe you can order, for example, a spring roll with shrimp (195 rubles), roll with chicken and vegetables (230 rubles), ramen with chicken (190 rubles), Singaporean noodles (330 rubles), rice with chicken and pineapple ( 240 rubles), as well as dim sums with crab, scallop and mussels (45 rubles each).

"China Chi"

Sretenka Street, 34/1

Working hours:
from 10:00 to 00:00

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Chef Aleksey Drobyshev, the brand chef of Tanuki restaurants, is responsible for the cuisine in the new cafe. The owners of the restaurant claim that cooks need 120 seconds to cook noodles and rice. So that visitors can see this for themselves, each person is given a pager when ordering. When the dish is ready, the device gives a signal.


In the future, the owners plan to open several more establishments and make the "China Chi" network.

Watch the video: Chi-Chiana!? Dbz Parody (December 2019).

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