Kuluska in Shanghai, first Basque tavern in China

And, judging by the envious comments on Facebook, possibly the first in Southeast Asia:

One of the mysteries of globalisation is that I spend quite a lot of time at the moment writing for Chinese exporters. The first foreign I learnt as a kid was fragments of Cantonese. Maybe I’ll get a chance to check out some Wu some day.

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