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Chowdown at New Loi's - still time to join!

tom in sf | Oct 29, 200305:29 PM     1

Folks are starting to make their reservations, but there's still room.

New Loi's -- Pho and North Vietnamese Cuisine, corner of 19th Ave. and Taraval, in SF, 7 PM tomorrow night (Thursday 10/30).

Their Sugarcane shrimp is remarkable. Big bowls of fresh soy sprouts, basil, lemons and jalapenos served with each bowl of Pho. The BBQ Pork is delish. You can get Pho with six smoky BBQ'd shrimp on a bamboo skewer, plus a big chunk of BBQ'd dark-meat chicken for around $7. Spring rolls, both fresh and fried.

ok....I'm hungry now.

btw - Just found out that they do NOT allow folks to bring their own wine, sorry.

Melanie and I hope to see you.

Please respond to my email above, thanks.

Hey, here's a recipe from one of their chef's.

Link: http://www.bamboochest.com/bunthitnuo...

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