Greg Tan

Greg Tan

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Social media and stuff. Coffee addict, wannabe travel junkie, consumer of vast amounts of food. Crossfit, yoga, green juices (ikr)

San Francisco, CA
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New York
19 Tips
Orlando
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Sydney
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Rome
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Boston
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San Francisco
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Melbourne
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Canberra
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Provincetown
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Greg's Recent Lists
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11 places updated May 19, 2013
11 places including Brewtown Surry Hills, The Shortlist, Chon Siam, Sparrow Gelato & Espresso
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32 places updated
32 places including Ginger Lee Cafe, Rhodes Waterside, Paddy's Markets, John Montagu
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90 places updated
90 places including Avante Hotel, Ramenwell, Asta Yoga, The Warfield Theatre
    Greg's Recent Tips
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    "Mussels are great to share. Cassoulet is delicious, but the pasta puttanesca is v oily. Lovely service and great little spot!"
    Greg TanGreg Tan · July 6, 2021
    American
    · Provincetown, United States
    6.6
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    "More expensive than the average dim sum place, but better quality. Careful with what you order, prices can be steep for higher-value items (think $12-14). Standard items like siumai/hargau are $6. 🥟"
    Greg TanGreg Tan · September 2, 2019
    Dim Sum
    · San Francisco, United States
    8.1
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    "Surprisingly great, affordable and well-sized Japanese and Korean food. Get the hot bowl bibimbap and the seafood pancake is 👌🏼"
    Greg TanGreg Tan · August 2, 2019
    Korean
    · Brooklyn, United States
    8.8
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    "Probably the most solid coffee option on the UES. Gorgeous interiors, delicious (Aussie) coffee, and great terrace. Gets crowded on weekends!"
    Greg TanGreg Tan · April 7, 2019
    Coffee Shop
    · New York, United States
    8.3
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    "The Assam Laksa is great (packs some 🔥 tho, so be warned!). Decent Malaysian food and relatively inexpensive. Get the roti, the char koay teow and the Teh Tarik (“pulled tea” with condensed milk)"
    Greg TanGreg Tan · April 3, 2019
    Malay
    · New York, United States
    7.8
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    "Look, there's lots of good things. The dry noodles with brisket is great, for example. But you CANNOT GO PAST the chicken tray, which is good for up to two people. Add potato noodles, trust me."
    Greg TanGreg Tan · February 22, 2019
    Chinese
    · New York, United States
    8.8