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Q: Complete lack of variety

I found out that my favorite restaurant in Guangzhou, Tekila (authenticish Mexican) is closed. So now the choices for non-fat food, non-rice variety is down by 1

4 years 22 weeks ago in  Food  - Guangzhou

 
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There's a small Tex-Mex craft beer place around the back of Teemall/Grandview Mall that is supposed to be okay. Run by a guy called Tristran. 

 

Restaurant address  天河南路六运一街25号101(地铁体育西路B或H出口) Tiyu xilu metro exit B, walk straight, make a left after the small white building, walk straight 1 and a half more blocks, we are on the right hand side behind the bicycle parking (note to Mods. I am NOT associated with this place, not advertising, just advising another poster)

 

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There's a small Tex-Mex craft beer place around the back of Teemall/Grandview Mall that is supposed to be okay. Run by a guy called Tristran. 

 

Restaurant address  天河南路六运一街25号101(地铁体育西路B或H出口) Tiyu xilu metro exit B, walk straight, make a left after the small white building, walk straight 1 and a half more blocks, we are on the right hand side behind the bicycle parking (note to Mods. I am NOT associated with this place, not advertising, just advising another poster)

 

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ya. i noticed that when i had a brief layover in GZ coming back to Wuhan not too long ago. Fairly good place and some decent crowds gathered for dancing. im surprised it closed down. Any news why ?

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More and more foreigners are opening restaurants in China. Why not a try?

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If you could afford Tekila, try 13 Factories for some really good American food. It's on the west side of the Sports Center, closest metro is Lin He Xi, Exit B, walk straight across Tiyu Xilu toward the Sinopec Building and turn left at the first small street, go left (south) a couple of hundred meters to the end of that small road.

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Unfortunately Tristan's is now closed due to noise complaints & licensing issues. He's hoping to reopen soon in a new location 

 

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