Offbeat Restaurants

Authors: Go Chengdu


Now follow us to explore some offbeat restaurants in Chengdu.
Mr. Bear’s Train
The image ambassador of this dessert house is the famous Teddy Bear, which claims a large number of fans around the world and of course in Chengdu, and there is even a Teddy Bear Museum in Wenjiang District in western Chengdu.
A tall Teddy bear, 2 meters in height and all smiles on face, stands at the entrance to greet everybody stepping into the shop, located in Chunxi Road, the city’s busiest commercial district. And customers can find the Teddy Bear toys when they enjoy the tasteful desserts and drinks.
Address: 4th Floor of Silver Stone Square, Chunxi Road, Jinjiang District
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