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Dragon Noodles Academy Honours Bruce Lee

7 monthes ago   |   By Global Traveler Usa

Dragon Noodles Academy, in the heart of Hong Kong's Central Business District, pays tribute to Kung Fu icon Bruce Lee with it's a Tasting Journey in Nostalgic Guangzhou. Available through Aug. 31, diners can enjoy the taste of the past in the restaurant's 1970s Kung Fu academy-inspired setting.
A Tasting Journey in Nostalgic Guangzhou menu features traditional dim sum dishes by Executive Chef Winson Yip and savory delicacies by Deputy Executive Chef KC Mak. Pig liver features on the menu, one of Bruce Lee's favorite foods. Other dishes to try include double-boiled whole winter melon with...
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