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French-owned supermarket with a wide range of domestic and foreign food and products.
Zhènxīng Fàndiàn information
There's always a queue of hungry locals waiting to eat here. It offers a reliable introduction to Kūnmíng fare, especially for guòqiáo mǐxiàn (¥18), and is handy for late-night eats. Pay upfront at the desk where the grumpy middle-aged ladies sit.