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dined on Sun, 9 Dec 2018

Waiting staffs were very attentive and absolutely love the deco and details!
Andres Rodriguez

dined on Sat, 24 Nov 2018

Very particular beer selection. Matcha IPA is highly recommended.
Maggie Cao

dined on Wed, 7 Nov 2018

We had a very good experience at bai long last night for my husband’s birthday. The food was amazing as usual and we tried the Beijing duck for the very first time, it was so yummy.

dined on Sat, 13 Oct 2018

Great food, great service and generous servings. Can get quite loud inside once the place fills up. Be sure to ask for table vs bench seating. Recommended

dined on Sat, 22 Sep 2018

Interesting Asian fusion dishes, loved the caramel eggplant, and the roast pork. Save space for the desserts - particularly the black sesame cube with the base sorbet, great finish! Was crowded on a Saturday night and with our 2 toddlers in row, there was lots of attentive, friendly and approachable staff that offered plenty of recommendations and suggestions. Would absolutely return to try their brunch and a definite must try in Adelaide!
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About Bai Long Store

This monochrome beauty can be found on Adelaide’s Hutt Street and is all sleek lines and modern designs. Bai Long Store, which translates to ‘White Dragon’, doesn’t narrow its offerings to one type of Asian cuisine – it provides contemporary fusion dishes from Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia and China. That doesn’t mean it skips right to dinner, however, as the brunch options are not to be missed. Head over for breakfast with friends and sink your teeth into roti rolls, French toast and a decidedly delicious scrambled tofu dish. Lunch consists of tasty rice or noodle bowls while dinner serves up meaty delights such as pork belly, Wagyu beef gyoza and peking duck. It’s great for dates who have a hankering for Asian food on a Saturday night. Bai Long Store doesn’t skimp on the drinks either. It serves up wine, cocktails, coffee and tea with equal ceremony as its customers dine on long benches and window-hugging tables. In fact, the restaurant is divided into five sections – sip, journey, gift, kitchen and grocery – and allows customers to buy some of the ingredients they tasted on their very plates. Bai Long Store aims to be all about balance, staying true to the yin yang theme throughout. Once you’ve sat down and had a bite, you’ll see they did it just right.

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