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flavorenhancer | Jun 7, 201610:51 AM    

Famous Bao, replacing Five Dot Grill on Durant Avenue in Berkeley, is still getting going. No baozi until the end of the month they said when I stepped up to the counter so I got Rou Jia Mo with beef instead. The slow braised chopped meat was briskety and moist with subtle flavoring from cilantro and green peppers, stuffed into a pale little flat bread, split like a pita. They offer soups and noodle dishes too, so more exploration is in order.

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