Reviews on American food in Changsha, Hunan, China. Changsha (Chinese: 长沙) is the capital and most populous city of Hunan province in south central China. It covers 11,819 km (4,563 sq mi) and is bordered by Yueyang and Yiyang to the north, Loudi to the west, Xiangtan and Zhuzhou to the south, Yichun and Pingxiang of Jiangxi province to the east. According to 2010 Census, Changsha has 7,044,118 residents, constituting 10.72% of the province's population. It is part of the Chang-Zhu-Tan city cluster or megalopolis
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4 based on 41 reviews
Changsha's only Irish owned pub. Cheap liquor and cheap beer. Over 40 imported beers, each hand selected and tested for taste. Great food, with western style chicken wings, our extremely popular buffalo chicken dips, and delectable pizzas. All very afford
The girl taking the order was nice. The owner seemed disengaged from the world. But I was hoping for a good burger and ordered the nachos with salsa. The nachos were pretty bad with a tiny amount of cheese, greasy chips, and sweet salsa. The burger, wasn't even sure if it was beef. The meat was red, not from blood, but maybe a spice? But why didn't it have flavor? And why didn't it have juice/grease in the meat? Strange. Ordered the sour dough bread but with no effs given they just gave me a wheat bun. The bun was also really stiff. When I asked about it the server just said, "that's sour dough" lol. Go to McDonalds and pay half the price or find a different spot. With a beer it was 94 yuan and pretty bad.Also, about 20 minutes after leaving there I had to run to the toilet. Thank god I was lucky enough to find one with toilet paper on the subway platform when it hit.Don't go here unless you're living in Changsha and have no other options.
4 based on 10 reviews
Me and one friend of mine were there and the KFC food was totally different than in western countries ! it was chinalized! which was good!
Niccolo Kitchen is a Culinary Theatre where chefs blend both Eastern and Western cooking styles and tastes. Traditional and innovative pizzas, Peking Duck and Prime Cuts prepared a la minute with favourite sharing concept dishes are presented.
Superb and authentic Italian is possibly not what you'd expect in Changsha, but Niccolo Kitchen deliver it and then some. They use Italian and local produce to great effect, while their beef cheek with Barolo was a must-order. Desserts are sinfully good, while the views from the 93rd floor don't get much better. A cracking spot, ask for a window table.
Another ramen house where I coincidentally had dinner. It was overall, an amazing quality because Ajisen is well-known all over the country as well as in neighbouring Asian countries. I liked all of the noodles as well as the shrimp and beef slices...amazing!
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