Dumplings of China I was sad to find that in my absence Sakura Tree had ceased trading. Replacing it is an intriguing looking place called Dumplings of China. I was staying nearby so found an occasion to visit for lunch in my first few days back. The set-up is much as before but things have …

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Chef Lee’s For the churchgoing population of the Columbus GA area – of which there are many across a range of denominations and church premises big and small – a late Sunday morning feed seems to be very much the done thing. It was in this context that we ventured towards Chef Lee’s Chinese restaurant …

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Pavilion

Pavilion I’d had a good late snooze after far too much good clean air in Pennsylvania, so after a little gander at Edgar Allan Poe’s tomb I headed to historic Lexington Market for something I knew not what.Having been trading since the 1782, the market now blends traditional butcher, fishmonger and other local produce counters …

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Rams Restaurant Wellington! After an epic train journey down the length of the north island from Auckland, I arrived to find Wellington a very pretty but very quiet town. The reason for the eerily empty streets was that is was Labour Day and most food and drink businesses were closed. I contented myself with a …

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Ta Ta House I had the good fortune to be staying just around the corner from Melbourne’s Chinatown so on evenings when I felt almost immovably lazy I had the prospect of dumplings close at hand. On one such evening I dragged my sleepy self to a place where I’d seen them hand-crafting dumplings earlier …

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