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Tsingtao 'Legacy of Taste' finalists announced

Published:  24 September, 2010

Tsingtao, distributed in the UK by Halewood International, has announced the finalists of its search for the nation's favourite Chinese restaurant 2010 'Legacy of Taste' competition.

Now in its third year, Legacy of Taste was created to promote an annual celebration of Chinese food and Tsingtao Beer.

The finalists are Chop Chop in Edinburgh, Sweet Mandarin in Manchester and Pear Liang and Gourmet Garden in London.

They received the most public votes out of 500 restaurants that were nominated for the competition.

Lead judge and celebrity chef Ching He Huang will be joined by TV chef Alan Coxon and Halewood International's James Wright, in the final judging round which will commence on September 27.

Graham Oak, marketing director at Halewood International, said: "Legacy of Taste is now in its successful third year and we are aiming to build it into its own brand. With the support of its own website, Facebook page and Twitter feed as well as a YouTube channel, Legacy of Taste provides consumers with a credible source of knowledge for Chinese Cuisine."