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Q: Is there the butcher's shop in dalian?

3 years 25 weeks ago in  Food  - Dalian

 
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No, Dalian residents are in majority vegans, and small percentage of non-vegans eat only animals with heart pulse still detectable ... Did you know?

Stiggs:

  You should never order beef noodles when in Dalian. The last time I did that it needed 17 waiters to carry the huge bowl to my table and the cow thrashing around in it was hard to pick up with chopsticks.

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icnif77:

Am telling you ... Dalianers are different-os. 

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The only Butcher's shop that I have found in all of China is at Corner's Deli (a few locations in Guangzhou).  However, most of the stores have taken out thier actual Deli display, and replaced them with frozen goods and more store shelves.  The only other options that I have seen are Citymarket in IFC plaza in Hong Kong, and Queen Victoria's market near Admiralty metro stop in Hong Kong.

Stiggs:

I've never seen a supermarket that doesn't have a butchery dept. Pretty much every local market in China has people selling meat.

 

 

 

 

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@stiggs,,,,,  either they are doing that thing they call 'trolling',, or dumber than your average rock,,, or have some arcane definition of what a butcher shop is.  Hell, on any given day of the week even my fruit seller has some chunks of pork, strings of sausage, and a chicken or two out for sale, and out on the sidewalk somewhere I can usually find a dog hanging up getting that extra-special taste by rotting in the sun a few hours. Then if you want the straight, normal answer it is that there are a million shops selling butchered meat any and everywhere.

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Stiggs:

Yep. I'm leaning towards the trolling thing, or ECC numpties which amounts to basically the same thing.

 

 

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