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Cui Xiang Yuan Restaurant

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Located at Cambridge Road, Cui Xiang Yuan Restaurant specializes in Chinese cuisine.
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Awesome tze char with a large variety of food!

Highly popular for their salted egg chicken with rice, best eaten when served hot and crispy! Once you've tried it, you can't get enough of it! Starting price was $5, add an egg for $0.50, which you can request for half boiled egg scrambled egg or well cooked egg. You can also upsize for more meat by the dollar. They even do delivery if you order enough food and aren't staying too far out up till 3am in the night! Awesome for people looking for food delivery in the middle of the night and a great supper place!

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Highly popular for their salted egg chicken with rice, best eaten when served hot and crispy! Once you've tried it, you can't get enough of it! Starting price was $5, add an egg for $0.50, which you can request for half boiled egg scrambled egg or well cooked egg. You can also upsize for more meat by the dollar. They even do delivery if you order enough food and aren't staying too far out up till 3am in the night! Awesome for people looking for food delivery in the middle of the night and a great supper place!
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