King Join’s interior of bright red lacquer, gold trimmings and ornate carvings is borderline kitsch. There’s a strong tourist vibe with advertisements pushing gift boxes of the restaurant’s desserts and sweets, which you can purchase at the cash register. But it’s not hard to ignore all of that, sit back in your plush chair, and enjoy a meal fit for an emperor — and a fairly healthy one at that.
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