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Jeremy Osner | Dec 21, 1998 01:57 PM

I was meaning to go to Tindo for lunch today; but I
took a wrong turn and got disoriented. Instead of
hunting around for it I decided to try the restaurant I
was standing in front of, the East Corner Wonton
(located strangely on the _southwest_ corner of E.
Broadway and Market). I had a good meal for very cheap;
I would go back again.

My appetizer was Sliced Roast Pig, for $4.50. It was
delectable, and was served with a smoky dipping sauce
that would have done any South Carolina barbecue proud.
The skin was particularly delicious. For main course I
ate Roast Duck with Hong Kong-style noodles -- that was
not great; I would order something else. The noodles
didn't have much flavor; the duck tasted great but
there was very little of it.

Walking back afterwards, I discovered I had been within
shouting distance of Tindo -- it's a block and a half
up E. Broadway from there. The review hanging in their
window is Jim's! Next time, I guess.

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