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Steph P | Dec 31, 200112:03 PM     2

on culver, hidden in the plaza behind the Golden
Spoon. (Frozen yogurt has really come and gone, hasn't
it?)

Its cute, very Japanese cute, with really perky
service. Spic and span, with wood tables, floors and
walls and unusual condiments. The pickled bits are
color-coordinated for Christmas and excellent with the
curry. Prices are reasonable at $8-9 per plate and we
liked the various meat and curry combos. The only item
I haven't really liked so far was the tarako, which I
usually recommend at Ducks Curry in Temple City.

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