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  • Hristina on 2014-Mar-31 02:04:39 Hristina said

    i'm so glad to have found this!!! we're constantly exetpiemenring at different places, but don't have the time or enough local interest to put it on our blog. two asian places that i would suggest off the bat would be Yings Tea House & Yum Yum on high street in clintonville, which has gained some popularity and Hometown Carryout and Deli (or deli & carryout) in the Microcenter shopping center on Bethel rd. Both are phenomenal and more traditional fare than you'll find elsewhere.
  • Yasin on 2015-Oct-13 11:10:43 Yasin said

    I was just told about your site a couple of days ago. There are so many sougestigns I didn't really read through all of them but your should definitely check out Lac Viet on Bethel Rd. It is a lot different than the one in the North Market being the original owner sold it. The lamb pho is amazing.
  • Yulissa on 2015-Oct-28 12:02:43 Yulissa said

    The very first time I went to Tainan, I felt like I was in Japan even though it woldun't be a year later that I first set foot in Japan . It was very much how people carry themselves I suppose. Something intangible yet unmistakable, like how people talk, how they stand, how they walk, those little and not so little things mashed up together to form a distinctive culture. It's true, it is not unusual for Tainan women in their late 50s to have Japanese names (Oh well, Hong Kong girls have Japanese names too but I guess it's not for the same reason or is it?). And they can speak Japanese too. I look forward to seeing the movie.

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