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Tuscany by H is closing down

By Winnie Yeung | Sep 16, 2010

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Chef Harlan Goldstein is closing his beloved restaurant Tuscany by H in Lan Kwai on October 15. Sad. But you are not seeing the last of Chef Harlan: in November he will open a new restaurant called Gold, which will take over the space vacated by FINDS, which is moving to The Luxe Manor as we speak.
 

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