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Q: How much do you normally spend for a working day lunch?

I spend about RMB 30-40 normally. Lunches are light affairs to me.

7 years 39 weeks ago in  Food  - Beijing

 
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I work at a college. If I eat in the cafeteria, something like 5 - 8 yuan. If I eat outside the school, usually 5 yuan for dumplings. That's the price range for a normal dinner too.

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Usually one beef dish and plain rice with a beer as well cost me  35/40

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Factory cafeteria is free to the workers, but think it would cost 5-7 rmb for anyone else.

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Fried noodles, dumplings, or soup, somewhere between 5 and 8 Rmb tops.

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Between 15 to 25 Rmb...usually someplace like subway. Like to keep healthy! smiley

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Usually nothing as our factory cooks for me.  Usually the managers and me will have a nice meal with about 8 dishes and soup.
The one time I ventured out of the factory gates and down the street to a roadside hole-in-the-wall restaurant (no KFC around there), it cost me about 30rmb with a beer and I had the shits for 2 days.

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Free!!!!

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