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Takeout lunches in Fells Point

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ark Aug 1, 2006 08:11 PM

I recently moved to Baltimore and am looking for interesting places to get takeout for lunch. Ideally, I'd like to hear about good places between Broadway and Patterson Park, but am willing to go farther for something good. Good food and quick service are the top two criteria with bonus points for ethnic (esp. Asian) and/or healthy food. Thanks!

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    Darin Aug 1, 2006 08:36 PM

    La Tortillaria is my favorite lunch spot in Fells Point. Three or four varieties of tacos on fresh made corn tortillas. On Eastern Ave. a block or so East of Broadway. Fits your criteria to a T. (Except maybe the Asian thing...)

    Down in the square there is Burritos En Fuego, which is sort of local take on the Chipotle thing.

    Otherwise Asahi Sushi, or Ding How for Chinese, come to mind.

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      ark Aug 2, 2006 01:00 PM

      Thanks, I'll give Tortillaria a try. I've seen quite a bit on this board about the taco truck on Broadway, how do they compare?

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      asiege2 Aug 2, 2006 04:10 AM

      I'm with Darin on La Tortilleria.

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        Tugboat Aug 11, 2006 05:28 PM

        My wife and I own a store in Fells Point and when we get hungry, we like the food at Kabobbi's next to Soundgarden.

        Really great samosas. The lamb is my favorite.

        They sell lots of other food (everything from subs to Slovaki)but I have not had much of the other offerings. Wings are good.

        The owners are great people and they run a great (yet small)shop.

        The tortilla place suggested above is simply great. Great tacos. Great, hot tortillas. And cheap.

        The taco trucks North of Eastern are also very good. Get there early.

        The one on the East side of Broadway has great tamales, but they go quickly.

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          ark Aug 14, 2006 02:18 PM

          Thanks for the new suggestions. I tried Teavolve this weekend and really enjoyed it. They had a quiche that was outstanding and well priced ($6). I'll give Kabobbi's a try next.

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            Tugboat Aug 14, 2006 02:30 PM

            They have some good food.

            I also just talked to the owner this weekend (we had a pirate festival in Fells Point and we both had tents there in the square) and he and his wife may are going to be taking over the kitchen of a club up the street from their location. They will also be keeping Kabobbi's as well.

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