WIN! ¥1,500 to The Eating Table

By That's PRD, June 20, 2017

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With seats for more than 200 diners to explore their buzzing gastronomy at a less frenetic pace, The Eating Table’s warm, alluring design enlivens the senses. The question is, does the food do the same? Fortunately for its owner, who spent several years in Melbourne, the food is pleasing and delivers to both the local and foreign palate. 


Offering a tapas-style menu for brunch, lunch and dinner, the menu has a wide range of appetizers, soups, pastas and both meaty and marine-filled mains.

Read our full review here. See listing for The Eating Table


We have a total of RMB1,500 in vouchers to The Eating Table to give away to five lucky readers. Want to get your hands of RMB300 in vouchers? All you have to do is message our official WeChat account (ThatsGuangzhou) with your name, number and why you should win!  

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