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Howard Leonard | Sep 12, 200008:38 PM     6

Before I leave Seattle and head back East, I'd like to mention one of the best Japanese meals I've had in a long time, at Nishino, on Madison. It's somewhat pricey but worth it; unique in that you can specify fresh wasabi; the sushi was great but best of all was a dish called Dynamite, which seemed to consist of baked geoduck, scallops, mushrooms and who knows what all else.....

As Spencer Tracy once observed, in another context (natch), there wasn't much there, but what there was, was cherce. (But then, Katherine Hepburn ain't geoduck).

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