Gemen is a unique hybrid between a bistro and a board-game club.
Come discover or rediscover why we have such a good reputation with our chinese customers.
We have two locations to eat, drink and play — wenlin jie and wenhua xiang.
Our Wenhua Xiang location is hidden in the courtyard behind Mazagran — one big space with 2 VIP rooms.
Our selection includes:
- Huge Salads
- Savoury French Pancakes
- Toast Sandwiches
- 12" italian Pizza
- Traditional baked dishes (i.e. shepherd's pie)
We have vegetarian options in all categories.
- 100% fresh fruit pure juices
- Milkshakes, Tea, Coffee etc...
- 18 Mocktails, some original creations!
- Cocktails, including Jen's big Long Island Ice Tea and our Irish Coffee
- 27 different Beers
- Cheapest Belgian Beer in the street !!!
- Don't forget our Beer Day & Friday Happy Hour
- Bluffing, scheming, backstabbing: a unique and social night out
- Over 200 different board-games
- Don't miss Scrabble night, cheap good beer and free play!
- FREE playing:
— With any Lunch deal (Monday - Friday)
— Monday (student day)
— Tuesday (Beer day)
— Thursday (Scrabble / Tarot)
I love games, so i gave two stars for the idea of having a game bar in kunming !
- salad missed ingredients (no tuna in the tuna salad, isnt odd ??)
- food came 1h30 after ordering for one of my friend !!
- a bit late for the sleepy FuWuyuan maybe, but at 10pm we ask for the explanation of one game = he refused !
abcdabcd: FYI, "The French game of tarot, also jeu de tarot, is a trick-taking card game for four players using the traditional 78-card tarot deck. The game is enjoyed throughout France and also known in French-speaking Canada. French tarot is one of the older forms of tarot and has remained popular for centuries. Tarot is a member of the tarock family of games."
The word tarot has French origins and only means one thing in the English language as far as me and the dictionary are concerned. But if you want to confuse people, go ahead and hold "Tarot" nights which have nothing to do with fortunetelling.
any of a set of 22 playing cards bearing allegorical representations, used for fortunetelling...
1590–1600; back formation from taros (plural) < Middle French <
Another Game Café! I wish i was in Kunming to see it :)
Haha. I stand corrected, informed and intrigued.