Mifan/Mafan: A Bite-Sized Review of Charlie Chaplin 2

By That's Beijing, August 4, 2016

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Charlie Chaplin has opened a second location a 15-minute walk from its first. This one screams faux-prohibition era speakeasy just as much as the first (velvet chairs everywhere) – but adds one crucial thing: a lengthy menu. 

The decor borders on cheesy, but we don’t mind when the drinks are this good. We love the house special Charlie Chaplin and the Rose Old Fashioned (both RMB80).


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