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chowish eats near Arundel Mills Mall

claudia Mar 22, 2006 03:21 PM

I'll be in this area on Friday and would love to eat somewhere besides the mall.

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    little audrey Mar 23, 2006 02:56 PM

    There's a Mama Lucia's Italian restaurant on Dorsey Road just north of the mall. Next door to it is a new Thai restaurant called Little Spice (I haven't tried it).

    West of the mall, if you get off 100 at Coca Cola Drive and go to Dorsey Rd, there's Gunning's seafood restaurant, and Timbuktu which has okay crab cakes.

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    1. re: little audrey
      cbauer Mar 24, 2006 06:16 AM

      I've talked to people that have been to the new Thai place and they raved about it. Told me it was great food with excellent service.

      1. re: cbauer
        little audrey Mar 24, 2006 09:15 AM

        Thanks for the feedback! We get out that way fairly often and I love Thai food, so we'll have to give it a try.

        1. re: cbauer
          koren Apr 7, 2006 10:03 AM

          any one have an address for this place?
          I hear the cook is from the Awsome Thai Arroy in Baltimore!! YUMMMM

          1. re: koren
            petera2 Jul 29, 2006 08:51 PM

            Here's the address to Little Spice:

            1350 Dorsey Rd
            Hanover, MD 21076
            (410) 859-0100

            Little Spice is the best Thai in the Baltimore area! I work near there and it's a frequent stop on our lunch tour. The food is always great, there's even a BOGO Dinner Entree coupon on valpak.com

            1. re: petera2
              Jason1 Jul 31, 2006 01:21 PM

              I'd also recommend Little Spice. Much better than typical thai in the area. The food (especially the curries) are excellent, and they include really nice, fresh produce in them. We also love the desserts, especially the ice creams which I imagine are made in house (because of the flavors, including taro which is great, and because of the creamy, not icy consistancy).

        2. re: little audrey
          Warthog Jul 31, 2006 06:15 PM

          Unless they've changed, the Timbuktu crab cakes use the same recipe as G&M's, since they were (are?) owned by the same people. Of course, even given the same recipe, one might still get different results, or one may not like G&M's crab cakes either. Still, for those who live in that direction, and like crab cakes, it might be worth doing some taste testing to see if some mileage savings can be achieved.

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