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yimster | Apr 28, 200601:59 AM     8

Today my son and I stopped at Ming Tai for lunch. It maybe already known but while reading the menu I found that for a $1.50 more you can have "double" wontons (not really double since you get four for a simgle order and seven for the double order). Make a good size meal a great size meal.

We also Jar Lueng and Salt and Pepper Tofu which has deep fried dried baby fish. The Jar Lueng was well made but the fried bread was kind of small. But the rice noodles were freahly made. S&P Tofu was hot, while crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. The fried tofu is a must have.

In the past we have had the gralic chicken wings and S&P White Bait fish (which had eggs).

Next time I am up in the area I need to show my son Fat Wong's for congee.

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