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Oct 18, 2006 07:10 PM

Let's face it, we all like Pu Pu Platters sometimes

I must admit to on an occasion, indulging into a great Pu Pu platter.

Here's my question, do any restaurant actually make the components of a PU PU platter (chicken fingers, shrimp, egg roll)...or do all of the PU PU platter components come from a wholesale frozen manufacturer?

Many thanks for your help!

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  1. It suppose it would vary by restaurant.

    1. Yes, I realize that. I'm looking for restaurants that make their own Pu Pu platters.

      1. East Coast Grill in the Lava Lounge. Certainly not wholesale but not exactly a traditional Pu Pu either.

        1. Peking Tom's has a wicked good pu-pu platter and I'm pretty darn sure it's their own.

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          1. re: greengage

            It did when it first opened, I agree, but is it still of good quality?

          2. They don't call it that, but Golden Temple make all their own, and have a couple of good platters like that; they even make their own duck sauce

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            1. re: Zatan

              Where is Golden Temple, please. Sounds good!

              1. re: eriberri

                In Brookline at Beacon and Washington Streets

                Their chardonnay chicken is delicious as well.