Shenzhen Food & Drink Gossip: October 2019

By That's Shenzhen, October 11, 2019

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The Scandalous Scoop is a regular feature where our editors share the latest food and drink gossip making the rounds in Shenzhen.


We’re digging: 

The introductory cocktail workshops at Compass Cafe and Magpie

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Coca-Cola’s new surprisingly pleasant apple-flavored beverage


Image via @十六番-日本/Weibo

pumpkin spice lattes at Starbucks; 


Image via Starbucks

opening of Ensue from three-star Michelin chef Christopher Kotow; 

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Image via Ensue

renovations at George & Dragon, excited to see what’s to come; 

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Image via Jacques Peeters/George & Dragon

and the new menu at Tequila Coyote’s, yum!

WechatIMG350.jpegTostaditas de Atun. Image via Neto Trevino/Tequila Coyote’s

We’re done with:

Durian season and KFC’s new kooky durian-nugget creation; 


Image by Ryan Gandolfo/That’s

the Baishizhou eviction, which has resulted in the relocation of popular local breweries; 


Image via Sky Gidge for That’s

and the temporary closure of legendary burger purveyor Starling at Jiaochangwei Beach.

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Image by That’s


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