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Q: Does anyone go to The Bookworm? (Either Beijing, Chengdu, or Suzhou)

Is it a good 'hangout'? Is the food any good? What are the patrons like?

8 years 24 weeks ago in  Food  - China

 
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Hi SciFiBri

I'm living in Beijing and i use the bookworm now and then. It is really popular here in beijing, especially among expats, but there are also quite alot of Chinese coming there. It is kind of a mix between a cafe and a used book store. Almost all their books are in english and the collection is quite wide.
The food there is not very good actually, people come there to read books and work, which it is a quite good place to do, bu i wouldnt recommend eating there.

hope my answer was useful for you.

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well i wish i could answer for this but i have not been so i will have nothing say for your question.

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i used to go to Chengdu bookworm. but these days im little busy,. i guess i can see u there in bookworm

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i used to go to Chengdu bookworm. but these days im little busy,. i guess i can see u there at bookworm

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i used to go to Chengdu bookworm. but these days im little busy,. i guess i can see u there at bookworm

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i used to go to Chengdu bookworm. but these days im little busy,. i guess i can see u there at bookworm

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i used to go to Chengdu bookworm. but these days im little busy,. i guess i can see u there at bookworm

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