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Another cheer for Eastern Buffet in Baltimore

peckish | Jan 28, 200209:13 AM     3

After reading a couple posts about this place and having a craving for dim sum, I went there this weekend and really enjoyed it. The selection is alot better than Chinatown Cafe downtown (though its a heckuva lot harder to find! Go to mapquest first unless you realy know South Baltimore.) and better prepared, too. The service... well, we got our ice water the fourth time we asked, but after that it was refilled pretty religiously. The kid working the carts is 16 going on 12, but I liked him. They had baked bao, which I like better than the steamed kind, though they had them too. And they had some more exotic items--though Mr. 16, sensing my companion's squeemishness, refused to show us the chicken feet. I really hope these guys stay in business this time--it's alot shorter drive than to Wheaton for those of us in Baltimore.

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