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2 pho restaurant recommendations in city of Berkeley

I hail from the humble city of Bakersfield, California. We’re blessed with a great variety of delicious culinary options, but one dish that I am particularly proud of is our pho. Hearty, fresh, herbaceous and satisfying, this Vietnamese soup truly has it all. Pho is my personal favorite and a cult classic back home. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that my first instinct upon setting foot in Berkeley for the first time as a freshman was to find great pho.

My search has been extensive — and my caloric intake high — but through it all I’ve found two

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Owner of Towson Sichuan restaurant will open new eatery in Ellicott City

Owner of popular Towson Sichuan restaurant will open new eatery in Howard County

Ping Wu opened her first restaurant, Orient Express, two decades ago in Charles Village. But the restaurant went through a reimagining of sorts five years ago, when Wu decided to add dishes from China’s Sichuan province to a menu once devoted entirely to Chinese-American classics like General Tso’s chicken and pork fried rice.Today, you can find offerings like clear noodles in chili sauce, crispy duck and mapo tofu on the menu alongside chicken lo mein.Wu made Sichuan

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4 Hens Creole Kitchen joins Food Hall at City Foundry lineup | Off the Menu

4 Hens Creole Kitchen has joined the vendor lineup at the Food Hall at City Foundry. The restaurant opens Monday (Jan. 24) at the five-month-old Midtown venue.

4 Hens is a partnership between two married couples, Brandi and Brittany Artis and Brittani Gardner-Evans and Ebony Evans.

“We are a Black, queer restaurant that is women-owned here in St. Louis,” Brandi Artis tells Off the Menu.

Artis is 4 Hens’ executive chef. The Kansas City native first cooked professionally as a teenager at Godfather’s Pizza and later attended both culinary and bartending school. More recently, before relocating to St. Louis with

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Reading City FC serve up mammoth Chinese takeaways at half-time while Man Utd and City slated for stadium snacks

READING CITY FC are causing a stir with their gut-busting £12.99 half-time Chinese takeaway.

The non-league outfit – not to be confused with local Championship side Reading – serve up a monster box of snacks that leaves rival fans sick as parrots.

Reading City's delicious looking Chinese selection box

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Reading City’s delicious looking Chinese selection box
In comparison to a burnt panini at Old Trafford

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In comparison to a burnt panini at Old Trafford
But it's not as charred as the sausage role at Airedrieonians

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But it’s not as charred as the sausage role at Airedrieonians

Many supporters make do with a lukewarm pie or cheap burger to plug a gap at half time, but chefs at Reading City FC show they are top

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