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Neighbor's Deli cajun food?

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Neighbor's Deli cajun food?

Postby Alesistrata » 22 May 2012, 12:42

I was on the bus near Liuzhangli MRT the other day and happened to look out the window and see a little place called Neighbors Deli that's advertising having Cajun and Creole food. Has anyone else seen this place, or been there? I want to give it a try, but I haven't had the chance to go back over there (it said it was only open for lunch - no dinner times). I can't find anything online about it either. Anyone have any ideas?

Edit: I'm beginning to think maybe I just somehow imagined the place... I guess I'll have to go back and find out. If I do, I guess I'll let everyone know!
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