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March 29th, 2005 12:00 am Taylor Clark | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005


In this city's scrawny excuse for a Chinatown, it's nice to see a truly authentic hole-in-the-wall Chinese spot like Good Taste. Roasted ducks hang by their gullets in one corner of the front window, while broken-down cardboard boxes cover another. Good Taste won't win awards for its authentically downscale decor, but the price is right: a tureen of wonton soup for $4.75, one-half of the aforementioned duck for $7.50 and even field-snail rice porridge for $3.75. Freaky! (TC)

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