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Really Good Chinese Food

Author:Tokio Ohska, Issue: June 1999, Topic: Restaurants

Recently I found a good Chinese restaurant. Most Chinese restaurants in Tsukuba are Japanese-version Chinese food and rather expensive for what you get. This small restaurant, Nakaichi, is located southwest of the Nishi-Odori Blvd and Tsuchiura-Gakuen Blvd intersection, 3 blocks south of Hotel Grand Shinonome. The chef, Mr. Chow, is from Shanghai, where he was a chef for a hotel restaurant. According to my good Chinese friend, the dishes are both of Shanghai style and of Beijing style. The best part is that it is not expensive. The best we found were: gomoku-okoge-gohan (fried rice with all sorts of nice stuff) at 780 yen, and shao ron pao (steamed meat dumplings) 500 yen for 4.

The restaurant is open between 11:00 AM and 2:00 AM, closed on Tuesdays. Address: 9-1 Higashi Arai, Tsukuba Phone: 51-4811/51-3585.

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