Nanchang Restaurants

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    Grandma's Kitchen: Modern Chinese cuisine

    by view.finder Written Jun 5, 2012

    Modern Chinese food presented in a Western way. A little more expensive than your average Chinese meal but good to suit tastes which are both Asian and non-Asian, a meeting place of friends. A delicious and fun-filled meal for four came in beneath a meal for two at some Western restaurants so good value for money here. An open kitchen allows you a personal experience witnessing some preparation of your dishes if you are interested and great for people watching the nouveau riche of China.

    A very complicated and detailed menu testing your skill at ordering in a Chinese restuarant. English included in the menu however.

    Deserts and dim sun looked great and one to try next time. Meal vouchers available on big spends.

    Favorite Dish: Broccoli / Clay pot chicken with shallots and peppers (skimped on the chicken but what's new) / Sauteed Choysum (pakchoi) / Roast pork and Sweet and sour fish

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    Le Bistro 100: More Western cuisine

    by view.finder Written Jun 5, 2012

    Seemingly, some partnership with Cafe Roma here. Shared menus and corporate identity. Take time between visits. In Nanchang for the weekend, I visited both establishments within 24 hours of each other. Had a great time in both but Cafe Roma just edged it with the food, however after a long day of walking around sight seeing a really really late lunch, the restaurant to ourselves and a couple of Jack Daniels' and Coke's, Nanchang seemed like a place I'd be willing visit again.

    The menu has some items the same as Cafe Roma. I made it a habit to ask for the advertised 'featured beers' on both days, but alas the same beer connoisseur must have got there before me. The drinks menu has more than enough to accomodate me though.
    Well cooked food. Warm bread and butter. Nice soundtrack and the foundations of a really great evening atmosphere. This restaurant is a lot more open than Cafe Roma and think it must be really fun on a busy night. One downside which I didn't mind on this day is that we waited quite a long time for our food. It felt like restaurant dining when I was a child and in the days before celebrity chefs when you had to wait for your food. When you go for lunch at about four o'clock in the afternoon though, what do you expect. I was just glad they weren't asleep!

    Favorite Dish: Rack of lamb, half a roast chicken with selection of vegetables all good and healthy.

    100 Rongmen Lu
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    Cafe Roma: A taste of Europe

    by view.finder Written Jun 5, 2012

    I think this would rank among the better Western restaurants I’ve experienced in China, especially outside of the big chains. In Jiangxi Province it certainly ranks particularly highly, almost forcefully dumming itself down by printing pictures in the menu. The décor’s classy, the service efficient and food and presentation also worth the money. Dining out on a ‘school’ night, at least I was on my holiday, and though possibly missing some of the atmosphere that a Friday or a Saturday must bring, was able to enjoy the setting and street scene offered in the large glass windows along with my girlfriend. It’s a dark and seductive place with with a black and red theme, interesting prints on the walls and an authentic soundtrack. We wanted to ask about the contents of a few of the dishes (“Does this come with anything”, etc etc) but found our waiter’s English wasn’t quite good enough although he cheerily said his putonghua was excellent. Unfortunately mine is not yet, but he still served us very well and we left the restaurant feeling very full and content after many months without such choice and well cooked home-style food.

    Favorite Dish: Easily found by cab once you've established which FuHe Lu you need. Starters beginning at RMB40-50. Drinks: Tsingtao brown bottle from RMB20 and cocktails famous in Nanchang according to various Internet reviews. Offer take away coffee and free wifi. Wine from Italy, Spain, Chile, South Africa, France and New Zealand.

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  • Cafe Roma 100: ahhh real pizza

    by paulnanchang Written Jun 18, 2009

    a bit up scale. Very European. Nice electronic jazz/bossa nova music over the speakers. But for me the most important, REAL PIZZA. They do a really nice pizza here at Cafe Roma. Very true to Italian style. Thin, Crispy cust, imported ingredients such as buffalo mozzarella, salami. Besides pizza they offer other dishes such as charcoal grilled steaks and fish and nice salads as well.

    Favorite Dish: The Pizza. The homemade Tierra Misu is very good as well.

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  • Le Bistro 100: western food

    by paulnanchang Written Jun 18, 2009

    What I like about this place is that it is small and cozy. Reminds me of a small restaurant I had been to while traveling in Europe. The food is very good, European standards. The music is always nice and matches well with the decoration. Also, I don't know many other restaurants that offer a non-smoking section. Here in Nan Chang it is difficult to find a restaurant that offers a non-smoking area. Very nice. Also the street where Le Bistro 100 is located is called RongMen Road. The streat is nice. Not so many people walking around so it is a nice break from the 81 square.

    Favorite Dish: I really enjoy to have the steak. In NanChang or China for that matter it is difficult to get a steak that hasn't been pumped full of water and saturated in meat tenderizers and MSG. The steak at Le Bistro 100 is pure beef with only salt and pepper then cooked just the way you order it.

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