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Bob | May 20, 200405:44 PM     16

Many years ago, I was riding on the South Fork of Long Island, and did a double take when I saw a sign that read "Krugerrand: Japanese/Italian Cuisine."

I don't remember what town it was in, and I don't think it's around anymore. But I've always wondered what kind of a place it was, and what the menu was like. Not to mention why a Japanese/Italian restaurant would be named after a South African coin. Does it ring a bell with anyone?

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