Jardin de Jade
Dedicated to Sun Yat Sen, the ideological father of modern China, this small square was opened in 1988. The space was later refashioned...
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Jardin de Jade information
The chaotic, free-for-all Jardin de Jade buffet should be a must on your list if only to see it in action. Vegetarian, sushi, dumplings, fish, ribs, desserts and even pizza. To see it in its full elbow-bumping glory, try weekdays when locals, business people and students battle it out over the stir-fry. One of the town’s best deals. Prices vary depending on day and time.