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Loeb | Jun 4, 2002 07:35 AM

Per R. Sietsema's review we tried Ony (357 6th Ave). The noodle soups (one with salmon balls, shrimp, and soy milk; the other served cold with fresh vegetables, chicken, egg and ginger) were delicious. We enjoyed the delicate fried tofu appetizer. Service couldn't have been any nicer and the place filled up around 7pm. Entrees started around $7.75.

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