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Q: Best place for cheese in Beijing?

I think it's down to Jenny Lou's for selection, Carrefour for convenience, but would like more options for a competitive price and selection.

6 years 8 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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Is there a Metro in Beijing, here in Dongguan we have one. It's a bulk buy place and they have a good selection, good price too especially on the 3kg ones, I bought mozzarella for for less than 1/3 the price of the import store. Same brand too! If you can't eat that much cheese just find a couple of friends to go in on it with you.

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Jenny Lous and Market Place

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the city market downstairs near the american embassy has a pretty good selection, at least 40 choices on cheese.

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I'd trade a heck of a pile of cheese for a '71 Hemi Cuda  w/ Shaker scoop

http://www.moparmusclemagazine.com/featuredvehicles/mopp_1212_the_best_m...

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