Eat Beat

By Dong Fangyu | China Daily | Updated: 2018-02-10 10:59
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1 Is that a hungry fish? No, just a ravenous crocodile

"Satisfying stomachs and souls" is the mission Nathan Zhang has set himself for his new eatery called Cravings, with a witty Chinese name, eyu, literally meaning hungry fish, but which is also a homonym of the word that means crocodile.

"It's more than just a restaurant," Zhang says. "We have high hopes of becoming the neighborhood's new social life joint." That neighborhood is the Yaojiayuan area of Beijing.

Cravings will be a venue for creative crossover cultural events covering arts, design and exhibitions, he says.

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