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I love places like that! There was a restaurant on Shamian Island when we lived here before, in 1996-2001 and we always called it the "tree restaurant" I loved walking by and having a nice look in. The Chinese food was not great in that restuarant, the one next door had the better food and was where we always ended up. They did a re-vamp of Shamian Island and unfortunatley both are gone and the tree too. A shame really, I get very nostalgic when I walk by the place it used to be, kind of like missing an old friend.

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hey,It's Cua Bac Street ^^

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