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Q: Do You Know Anymore Foreign Run Restaurants in Urumqi?

Ok I've been here for a while and I know the Vine, the Texas, Fu Bar, Aroma and Rendevous but I was wanting to know are there only these 5 in a city of 3 million??

I've been to a couple Chinese style Western Restaurants and they don't really cut it when they use that I can sit on the bench 30 days and not go off UHT milk in their coffee (or they just give u 3n1).

Please recommend some good places to eat, even if the menu is all in Chinese, Uighyr or Cyrillic it's ok.

8 years 11 weeks ago in  Food  - Urumqi

 
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The Venice Restaurant
Add: Floor 1, Xinjiang Royal International Hotel, No. 2, Henan West Road
Tel: 0991-7888066

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Bianjiang Hotel (new), inside a restaurant "Antoshka"

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You could check out the Mexican restaurant they have in that city. The entire staff is not all foreign but it is foreign run. Mexican Cantita I believe it is called. They also serve salsa and chips like a real mexican restaurant does. 

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