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Q: western places in Changsha

hi, after staying 4 years in Guangzhou, my husband and i are planning moving to Changsha.

I am actually from Hunan, my husband is english.but I have no idea about in Changsha where to find real western kind of places (shops where sell western stuff, resturants or bars). It would be very helpful if anybody can give me more information . Thank you very much!!!

8 years 37 weeks ago in  General  - Changsha

 
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There is a bar that is owned by westerners on the bar street. It's pretty good and lots of the Changsha expats hang out there.

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hello there...  i just arrived at changsha about 2wks ago. there is a newly opened western style resto - bar in Tai Ping Jie and it is called MR. BEER... they offered good western food & drinks, they make their own beer (about 4 kinds of western beer) they have a live band playing every night and an american saxophone player. you can have good food & good music. all chinese staffs & crew speaks english. and prices are really affordable by locals. i highly recommend this one... If ever you will have a chance to visit this place, kindly look for Beth. i hope this one would help. thanks and have a nice day! 

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MR. BEER 

39 Tai Ping Jie Tian Xin Qu Changsha Hunan

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