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Q: Is there any place that serves British food in Suzhou?

Craving a nice, hot pie or sausage roll. Good ol' bangers and mash would be nice too. Any pubs or restaurants in Suzhou which serve these things?

9 years 50 weeks ago in  Food  - Suzhou

 
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http://www.echinacities.com/suzhou/listing/dining_2.html

This is the list I got from echinacities restaurant guide in suzhou...from the looks of it the food that you mentioned or restaurants weren't included. But you never know you may find a food item that could be close to the taste of what you are looking for. Good Luck!

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Have you popped onto Suzhouexpat.org?? Post on the forums there... But, tbh, I don't like your chances with the pie or sausage roll... bangers and mash you might just be in luck with... sometimes!

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Try the drunken chef in PingJiang area, the have a good Sunday Roast!

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At the pub Blue Marin you can get some nice pasta, but i never see any Fish and Chips around suzhou

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They have fish and chips at Heidi's and Jack's and Ollie's has Shepherds pie

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Drunken Chef does British food,  ploughmans' lunch and unfrozen pies and other inedible rubbish.

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