Tai Pan Restaurant, Liverpool

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Tai Pan Restaurant, Liverpool

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“One OF Liverpool's Finest”

published 22/10/2001

ProVery clean and modern

ConsSituated away from city centre

Built a few years ago this gracious restaurant can be regarded as one of Liverpool’s finest restaurants. It is situated away from Liverpool’s Chinatown at an inner city site, just past where BMW Williams and Costco are for all you who live or have knowledge of what I'm on about. As...

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“Genuine Chinese Cuisine”

published 17/11/2004

Progood food

Consno non-smoking area, lack of intimate atmosphere

Liverpool’s Tai Pan Chinese restaurant is situated in an unprepossessing location a couple of miles north of the city centre. It’s in a vast warehouse of a building, with the restaurant on the first floor, and the W.H.Lung Chinese supermarket underneath. Don’t be put off. This is a very good...

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Excellent

Prolots of shops

Consvery large so feet hurt if you dont sit down

the liverpool one is great fully laid out and has every shop a girl would want. i think it is good because there is heating coming out of the floor out side and inside. it is a great way to shop and on christmas eve they reduce all the prices for everthing. i think overall the liverpool one is...

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Product Information : Tai Pan Restaurant, Liverpool

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Chinese Restaurant

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City: Liverpool

Type: Chinese Restaurant

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Listed on Ciao since: 22/10/2001