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New Indian restaurant Lalqila Indian Cultural Restaurant opens up in Powerlong Mall,Binjyang ,Hangzhou service best in class authentic Indian dishes, amazingly exquisite aura,live Bollywood dance performances and special cultural and social activities, 杭州市 滨江区 宝龙城市广场 4层011 红堡印度餐厅0571-81951639,

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Sounds good.

My question is, are "live performances" really necessary? When I go out to eat with friends, I want to be able to talk to them in a reasonably quiet atmosphere, not to be forced to listen to some LOUD performance of people dancing and jumping about. Unfortunately Chinese love NOISE and PERFORMANCES. Turns me off. Nothing will run me out of a bar or restaurant than some damn band setting up.

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On 7/7/2017 at 10:13 AM, @Hz said:

Noise sure is a problem but smoke is even worse.

Here every restaurant seems to allow smoking.

Yeah and that's a bit strange because from beginning of this year hz suppose to be firmly against smoking in public places like restaurants and hospitals. 

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