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Q: Anyplace I can bbq outdoors in Shenzhen?

11 years 7 weeks ago in  Food  - Shenzhen

 
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the prettiest place is silverlake redwood park, it’s in the city but it’s quiet and has a nice outdoorsy feel. If you got a big party and big group, east lake park is a popular for big gatherings. All these places have grills available to rent.

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We used to bbq right outside our apartment complex all the time. All you  have to do is buy a grill and invite friends that live in your complex to join the bbq. Just about anywhere but bbq'ng in your neighborhood can seem like a family gathering at times...

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Thanks for the idea mattaya. Might do this in my apartment complex when the weather starts to warm up.

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 Dong Hu Park
Donghu Park is located in west of Yanhe Road, north to Aiguo Road, and adjoins to Wutong Mountain in the east and Shensha Road in the south.
Besides from BBQ area, park has 12 major scenic areas and more than 120 scenic spots, and it also introduced over 30 recreational projects.

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soke saw dust in rum molasses and ginger for flavor, make for a good smoky flavor do it on low when you start. yes not helpful when it come to where barbecue . but what whats the point barbecue with out smokey flavor.

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