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Review: Pho Hanoi

Vietnamese cuisine very friendly to saucy experimentation.
Sauce your heart out
By BRIAN DUFF  |  September 09, 2011
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Review: Think Tank Bistrotheque

The owners have some very good ideas about food and drink — Southeast Asian treats are cool, and craft cocktails go better with them than wine does — but they have also produced some decisions that make the rest of us scratch our heads.
Southeast Asian treats among some head-scratchers
By ROBERT NADEAU  |  August 19, 2011
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Review: Floating Rock

If summer brings an urge for spicy Asian food, this is a splendid place to get some, despite a few chili-pepper compromises.
Spicy Asian that rises above the rest
By ROBERT NADEAU  |  July 29, 2011
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Review: Bon Me Truck

Boston long owned a reputation for being hostile to food trucks: getting licensed to offer meals on wheels meant braving a daunting tangle of municipal red tape.
A new food truck delivers the Vietnamese street-food goods
By MC SLIM JB  |  April 29, 2011
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Seven centuries of hot sauce at Korea House

Two weeks ago if someone had asked to play word association, starting with the word "Korea," I would have said: "Nuclear bomb." Now, you say Korea and I say: amazing spicy fish dish with seaweed salad and secret hot sauce . Much better!
Here's to longevity!
By LINDSAY STERLING  |  October 22, 2010
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Seven centuries of hot sauce at Korea House

Two weeks ago if someone had asked to play word association, starting with the word "Korea," I would have said: "Nuclear bomb." Now, you say Korea and I say: amazing spicy fish dish with seaweed salad and secret hot sauce . Much better!
Here's to longevity!
By LINDSAY STERLING  |  October 22, 2010


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Ginger Park Kitchen & Bar

One of my frustrations with restaurant criticism is that restaurants do not usually respond to it.
The second time's the charm
By ROBERT NADEAU  |  January 01, 2010
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Dreaming of celluloid

Of the handful of contemporary Asian shows on view in and around Boston this winter, that of Dinh Q. Lê should prove unique — if only because the Vietnamese condition is so far removed from the rest of East Asia’s cultural boom.
Dinh Q. Lê and Christian Tomaszewski at Tufts
By EVAN J. GARZA  |  January 12, 2009