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Looking for RGR-type LES "Tour" with Asian Emphasis

southernitalian | Jun 2, 201009:37 AM     36

RGR - if you saw my post requesting you to post a link to your tour, never mind. I found it. It looks great. But I'm looking for something a little different. I'll be in the city with my daughter the first or second week of August. She's been all over the UES and midtown but I've never really taken her down to the "old neighborhood". Also, we live near a very good deli owned by a guy from NJ and she's just not loving it so I doubt I would take her to Katz (which is actually the name of the deli we live near in Charlotte NC).

What she does love is Asian food, specifically Vietnamese and Korean. I definitely want to take her to the Tenement Museum. Can anyone recommend some good Asian spots nearby or within a comfortable walking distance? I know the best ones are in Bkln and Queens and I'm willing to go there but just wondering if anyone has a "tour" similar to RGR's with emphasis on Asian food? TIA

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