Mifan or Mafan: Tony's Fish and Chips

By That's Beijing, November 7, 2016

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“Hi mate, have a beer in the afternoon, the world will belong to you” reads the bold Arial font on a Xiang’er Hutong sign. Tony’s fish and chips were frankly kind of weird and sad. And they were definitely too weird and sad for their RMB58 asking price. Tony seems nice though. 

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