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    Lashish the Greek on Bethel is fantastic. I'd skip the gyro and more trdtiaional Greek menu items, although those are excellent as well, and try the seafood (the best calamari I've ever had, and I love the snapper as well) and the soups. Many of the desserts are housemade as well. My husband used to work in the neighborhood and I constantly bugged him to bring me stuff home. The best part is that the owner and his staff will make you feel like a rock star, especially if you stop in often. It's like a neighborhood diner feel with a more interesting menu.
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    Check out the Japanese noodle shop in the rear of Tensuke Japanese Market in Kenny Center. Just like the medorn noodle shops where I used to have lunch in Tokyo when I lived there a few years ago. I tried the miso ramen, $6.50, very good and completely authentic. Many other typical, reasonably priced soba and udon bowls. You can also bring in the sushi you get from another window in the market. http://xqdhcmtb.com [url=http://qaxxzkspb.com]qaxxzkspb[/url] [link=http://ezcxmyvlzks.com]ezcxmyvlzks[/link]
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