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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Yeah I looked in that place and couldn't find it (or work out who actually worked there to ask for help). I did mention it in the OP. Would've been much easier if I'd found it there! Valley is a bit tricky as I don't know it all that well in terms of parking/where I'm going. The Brunswick St and James St down to New Farm part I'm good with, but the China Town part I'm useless.
    Sorry didn't see early morning feed 1/2 asleep lol

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    Haha that's ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Inala is a bit too far to drive. Sunnybank is only about 15-20min drive, Inala is double that. But Inala is largely a Vietnamese community though, so would they still stock more of the Chinese wines?
    Sorry, I wasn't sure where you were coming from/distance etc.

    Yes, Inala is a predominantly Vietnamese community, however there are several asian grocers in that square and I am an avid fan of Asian cooking cuisine and find everything I need, whether it be Thai, Chinese, Malay or Vietnamese ingredients there. That said, you mentioned it's too far away, so in that case, I would go to Sunnybank if that's closer for you. I shop in Sunnybank most weeks also.

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    I'll suss out Sunnybank next week. I'll take a friend so between the 2 of us we should find it (hopefully)! Seems ridiculous all this effort but I've found some really delicious Asian recipes I want to try. I made some Thai chicken rice paper rolls last week and they were sensational. My Thai beef salad is pretty amazing too. That's about the limit of my Asian cooking expertise. It needs to change!!!

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    @Mod-Uniquey, would you second the place in market square that @Mama Mirabelle mentioned? Or do you have any other go-to places to check out?


 

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