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Re: “Veggie Lee in Hayward Goes Beyond Standard Chinese Vegetarian Fare

Yes, count me in! Margaret and I had a great banquet style cabbage dish at a fancy Peking duck place in Beijing...one of my most memorable food memories from China. Would love to try this fancy cabbage thing.

Posted by Lillian Hsu on 09/28/2016 at 3:01 PM

Re: “At Burma Bear, the Barbecue Comes with a Side of Burmese Garlic Noodles

Wow! This place sounds amazing. And I definitely remember those kinds of barbecues!

Posted by Lillian Hsu on 09/15/2016 at 6:48 PM

Re: “Reem's California: The Power of a Corner Bakery

OMG WE CANNOT WAIT!!!! I started reading this article and said to myself "PLEASE GOD MAKE HER SERVE MANYEESH. And then i read the rest of the article and saw my prayers will be answered. Welcome to the Fruitvale we cannot wait to have you!

Posted by Heather Haxo Phillips Yoga on 09/14/2016 at 2:00 PM

Re: “In East Oakland, a Popular Banh Mi Shop and Taqueria Closes

This is really disappointing especially hearing that he is still so passionate about making food. I wonder if he could go through Kiva local to help fund his start up. With so many people who loved his food, his generous heart and charitable intentions I'd be he'd make money in no time. Just a thought... maybe Luke you can pass on the idea to Tony?

Posted by Kai Tokugawa on 09/10/2016 at 6:55 PM

Re: “Agave Uptown Celebrates the Bounty of the Traditional Oaxacan Table

Be sure to verify the items in your check because they appear to have the habit of adding items that you didnt order (happened to me three times!)

Posted by John Lefman on 09/09/2016 at 2:31 PM

Re: “In East Oakland, a Popular Banh Mi Shop and Taqueria Closes

Wow. What a loss. I would trade one of the "high end gourmet places" for this any day ... Tony was a true delight and so was his food. One of the high points of the East Bay (Oakland in particular) is being able to spend less than $10 for lunch and getting not just something "good" ... but something truly special and truly unique. Whether it's Mongolian or Viet-Mex fusion doesn't matter ... what matters is great, affordable food made by great people. Let's hope Tony gets his dream ... and hopefully you'll let us know when he does!

Posted by Alan J Miller on 09/09/2016 at 12:30 PM

Re: “In East Oakland, a Popular Banh Mi Shop and Taqueria Closes

That's too bad. We did our laundry at the laundromat next to Saigon Deli Sandwich & Taco Valparaiso just so we could eat there while we washed. They will be missed. Good luck to Tony finding a new space.

Posted by Michelle Castro on 09/07/2016 at 12:39 PM

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