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2009_06_gv.jpegRowland Heights is the topic of discussion today kicking off Jonathan Gold's analysis of Shanghai-style restaurant, Green Village. What the restaurant "does well, it does very, very well," for example the fried spareribs that Goldie deems "might as well be candy-coated crack." He doesn't comment on the service or other elements of the restaurant, simply the "fantastic" mince of cold bean curd with wild greens, and the " deeply flavored house-special duck soup." [LAW]

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