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4 hours ago, pras said:

I have had an extra crispy duck which was very tasty.  My 9 year old has some of the dim sum offerings and she was happy with them (she doesn't protest when I want to get lunch there on a Saturday!!  which speaks volumes, although, I am not sure it means you would like it!).

Last time I was there they had a short rib w/peppers and an eggplant that looked pretty good.

What gets me on the dry pot is that it is one per pound price for both meats,seafood & veggies. And the veggies can cook down a lot.

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Thought folks following this thread might be interested:  Tomorrow night is the last dance for Grace Garden in Odenton--the most unusual, and most nights the best, Chinese restaurant in the DMV for the past 14 years.  Very sad to be losing such an idiosyncratic, family-run place with a master at the helm.  (The meal we had tonight might have been the best ever.)  Not everything will be available tomorrow -- they're trying to clean out the fridge -- but there's probably enough to make for a great, varied, meal.

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15 hours ago, deangold said:

Last time I was there they had a short rib w/peppers and an eggplant that looked pretty good.

What gets me on the dry pot is that it is one per pound price for both meats,seafood & veggies. And the veggies can cook down a lot.

Very true.  Somehow it is always about $20.  Big Wang is better for this reason as the ingredients are priced based upon categories.  Side note--talking about dry pot is making me hungry!

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