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Postby JR8 » Fri, 17 Jun 2011 6:43 pm

ecureilx wrote:
JR8 wrote:Where are these bars, I haven't heard of either? :) :oops:


You mean Where 'were' these bars ?

Barnone was at B1 of Marriot, Living room was and is at the ground floor of Marriot .. past the reception

And Crossroads is the one facing Scotts/Orchard ..


OIC, and right next to Lucky Plaza, that's lucky! :)

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Postby prashanna » Fri, 17 Jun 2011 7:00 pm

Yah... Barnone changed to a Chinese bar a while back... But they are back in Marriott again... Although they are "in" Marriott, they don't belong to Marriott... Different company...

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Postby ecureilx » Fri, 17 Jun 2011 9:16 pm

prashanna wrote:Yah... Barnone changed to a Chinese bar a while back... But they are back in Marriott again... Although they are "in" Marriott, they don't belong to Marriott... Different company...


Matter of fact, whether they belong to St James or not, they are under agreement with Marriott, occupying Marriott property space, and whatever goes in there, is with Marriott's approval .. not otherwise .. Ah .. come on ... Enlighten me .... :D :D

Though some Marriot may claim that the crap doesn't smell ..

And .. it was not Chinese, it is CANTONESE :D :D

Cantos will be mighty offended if you call them chinese .. :D :D

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Postby prashanna » Fri, 17 Jun 2011 9:32 pm

Matter of fact, whether they belong to St James or not, they are under agreement with Marriott, occupying Marriott property space, and whatever goes in there, is with Marriott's approval .. not otherwise .. Ah .. come on ... Enlighten me ...

Well I guess you could say that..........

And .. it was not Chinese, it is CANTONESE


Isn't Cantonese part of Chinese? I am really not sure.. May be you can enlighten me on that... :) [/code]

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Postby ecureilx » Fri, 17 Jun 2011 9:36 pm

prashanna wrote:Isn't Cantonese part of Chinese? I am really not sure.. May be you can enlighten me on that... :)


For a newbie, yes, they are all the same .. and for somebody who has never been to asia, Japanese and chinese and viets all are orientals

But, if you spent time here, you should have learnt from the natives, the difference between Canto (Hongkies) and Chinese (Mandarins .. ) and the type

Yah, they are all chinese .. but .. a Canto Pop bar is not a Chinese bar ..

Dragon fly is a chinese bar .. Firefly is a canto pop bar ... Know what I mean ???

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Postby prashanna » Fri, 17 Jun 2011 9:43 pm

Hmmm.... I think I got it.... Thanks....


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