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  1. Xi'an Gourmet, opened in the ashes of the former Bob's space. Tim Carman wrote about it in the Post today and seems to like it. Has Anyone tried it yet?
  2. I did a google map search for dim sum on the way home from Atlantic City and Chopstix Gourmet popped up. It wasn't much of a detour and it was lunch time, so we went. It's in a warehouse, and they don't currently have a liquor license. But their dim sum is pretty good, especially their deep fried taro dumpling and fish balls. We also had har gow, shiu mai, chicken feet, and pork ribs. Based on what we had, CG is better than the trio at 7 Corners. The regular menu seems to be a mix of Cantonese and Sichuan classics.
  3. The Red Pearl has opened on the Columbia lakefront. It's a Chinese place that fills the old Jesse Wong's Hong Kong site next to Sushi Sono. I haven't been yet, but they have a Sichuan menu in Chinese and English. You may need to argue that you want authentic Chinese food. I have heard some reports that it's a pretty basic American-Chinese restaurant. But other people are getting authentic food. The menu is attached. I'd love to hear if anyone has eaten off it. REd Pearl Sichuan Cuisine-1.pdf
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