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    Chinese Cuisine - Happy China

    Do you know anyone who doesn't like to share Chinese food? Okay, so maybe there are a few Scrooges in town. But Chinese food just isn't the same without a mound of rice surrounded by spoonfuls of at least two different dishes (after several appetizer...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Kosher-Style Food - Kopperman's

    When you need to practically unhinge your jaw to get your mouth around a sandwich, you know you've hit the deli mother lode. Case in point: Kopperman's. Take just one sandwich from their menu. (But don't take the one I'm pointing to right now -- it's...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Soul Food - Delmonico's Diner

    Turnip greens, sweet potato pie, cornbread and other mainstays on Delmonico's fresh buffet sit alongside the special of the day. Today it's chicken and dumplings, yesterday was chuck roast and tomorrow you'll find liver smothered with onions. And Fri...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Indian/Pakistani Cuisine - House of India

    It's only natural. Most people are wary of what they don't know. And many who don't know what to expect from Indian food are reluctant to try it. That's where House of India got smart. Their lunch buffet gives people a chance to discover there's more...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Mexican Cuisine - Arcelia's

    Yes, they know how to stir up a margarita. Yes, they have a selection of Mexican beer. Yes, they boast a range of appetizers. But after that, you need to draw the line between Arcelia's and the stereotypical, happy hour Mexican restaurant. You go to ...

    on April 17, 2002
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    French Cuisine - Cafe Provencal

    Here in the United States we expect Tex-Mex in the Southwest, California cuisine on the West Coast and lobsters up in Maine. France has its regional cuisines, too. It's not all heavy cream sauces and elegant-but-sparse presentations. The full-flavore...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Japanese Cuisine - Robata of Japan

    When the teppanyaki style of cooking -- the Japanese cut-and-cook-in-front-of-your-eyes style -- hit St. Louis, sushi was still a foreign concept, reserved only for those with real culinary courage. Now that sushi has gone mainstream, you might expec...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Greek Cuisine - Olympia Kebob & Taverna

    Greek cuisine offers the rare opportunity to treat your tongue and tie it in knots at the same time. Try ordering babaganous for an appetizer, spanakopita for your main dish, and galactoboureko for your dessert. But don't be shy just because you can'...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Vietnamese Cuisine - Pho Grand

    You've been planning to try out Pho Grand for more years than you can remember, ever since it first appeared in the Riverfront Times poll. You've even sent several people there who reported back with rave reviews. Now that they've won again this year...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Cajun/Creole Cuisine - Bobby's Restaurant

    It's amazing what atmosphere can do for food. Grab a loaf of bread and a hunk of cheese, and eat them over your kitchen sink. Now take the identical food to a sidewalk caf in Paris. Suddenly, mundane becomes gourmet. So these questions bear asking: ...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Middle Eastern Cuisine - Saleem's

    "Where Garlic Is King" -- who can resist a slogan like that? Not RFT readers, who find Saleem's Lebanese offerings worth coming back for. If you remember that the slogan isn't kidding, you'll find much to savor, beginning with their signature appe...

    on April 17, 2002
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    German Cuisine - Schneithorst's

    By morning, it's business-breakfast central. Get past that, and Schneithorst's is a little bit of Bavaria in the middle of St. Louis suburbia. Doesn't matter why you go there or which area you prefer, whether it's the upper-deck Biergarten, the lower...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Thai Cuisine - King and I

    St. Louis offers an embarrassment of riches for the Thai food devotee, and the King and I is most beloved. Their curries are some of the hottest, most flavorful foods in town and fill only a tiny portion of their menu, which offers a satisfying sele...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Late-Night Food - White Castle

    What a night! More than laughs, more than friends, more than fun. But what now? Hop in the car. It automatically steers to the nearest White Castle. Doesn't matter where you started; that car knows where to go. Big surprise? Not really. It knows you ...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Desserts - Tippin's

    You can cover all your basic food groups with one plate of dessert. Consider the carrot cake. You've got your fruits and vegetables (carrots and usually pineapple), your protein (nuts), your bread (flour) and your dairy (cream cheese frosting). Order...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Milkshakes - Steak 'n Shake

    It doesn't take an expert to figure this one out. There is a difference, a huge difference, between machine milkshakes and those made the old-fashioned way. And Steak 'n Shake hasn't changed the way they've made shakes for decades going back -- befor...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Place to Be Romantic - Tony's

    It goes without saying that the perfect place for a romantic meal in St. Louis is the venerable Tony's -- but we'll say it anyway. The romance itself is up to you, of course, but leave it to St. Louis' most famous restaurant -- and the only one that ...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Place to Take the Kids - Chuck E. Cheese

    Why Chuck E. Cheese? For some kids it's about the show in the main dining room -- those life-size fuzzy animals playing their instruments and singing and having a walloping good time. For other kids, it's about the ball pit and the ceiling tunnels. S...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Place to Take a First Date - Dave & Buster's

    The biggest enemy of a first date is silence. The chances of that happening on a date at Dave & Buster's is slim, however, because even before you sit down at a table, you'll probably have spent a few minutes (at the very least) inside the chain's f...

    on April 17, 2002
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    Restaurant Road Trip - Lambert's Cafe

    If you're going to drive two-and-a-half, three hours, and your sole intent is to get a meal, the restaurant had better throw you something special. At Lambert's it's the rolls. If you've never been to the "Home of Throwed Rolls," it's hard to explain...

    on April 17, 2002
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