It’s the insiders’ go-to for getting your grind on. “I know people who get off the plane from wherever, and that’s their first stop. Before seeing Grandma. Before getting settled. Before freshening up. Everything is better after a bowl of their dry mein,” says regular Traci McDonald. From saimin that will satiate even an addict’s fix to manju worth hand-carrying to loved-ones across oceans, they serve up something for everyone—but cater to born-and-raised palates—at bargain prices. They’ve been doing it for almost 80 years—the first store opened in 1933—and we hope they do it for 80 more.
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