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Grand Opening: 2101 Asian Bistro

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Grand Opening: 2101 Asian Bistro

Bacchus | Sep 12, 2003 04:42 PM

Has anyone been there? I recently passed by this place after a couple of very good lunches at Spring World. The 2101 probably is its address of Archer. BTW, today I had the Kung Bao Chicken for the first time there. It's the best I've had to date, too! I'm not sure if it helps the authenticity study that was proposed in the earlier thread, but I also had the sliced conch w/ roasted chili vinaigrette (which my server declared a "very good choice", thanks chowhounds for elevating my customer status there!)and the sliced beef & maw szechuan style.

On to my question. I picked up a menu today and I had to smile when I thought of the very recent Singapore thread and the related article. Just about every Asian cuisine (at least the ones I've heard of) is represented on the menu, Thai, Indian (is this considered Asian or just Asian-influence or vice-versa?), Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese and Malaysian. Even Singapore gets honorary mention. Over 120 items in all! Very interesting stuff too.

Ok, I just convinced myself that I have to get there soon. If anyone has tried any of the dishes, I'd appreciate the heads-up.

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