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rudmansjmu May 2, 2008 05:47 AM

Going for lunch on sat. Any good ideas? Not a chain and we've already been to mango grove and the vegetarian place in a shopping center with the organic grocery store (can't remember name) thanks Hounds!

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    rudmansjmu May 4, 2008 06:39 PM

    Ended up at Soto Grill. It's hard to find, located in the back of a condo/villa complex. Nice aesthetic and decent food. Greek salad easily fed the 2 of us. Pizza was the winner of the meal. Enjoyed the Greek pizza topped with tomato slices, olives, gyro meat, and feta. Crust was chewy but not tough. Interesting flavor that I never had before. Would get this again.

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      OscarTehGrouch May 7, 2008 12:00 PM

      Bangkok Garden!

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      MrsWheatie May 2, 2008 06:54 AM

      Are you sticking to veggie places? If not, then Maiwand Kabob in Harper's Choice center. They do have some great great veggies there, love the eggplant.
      http://www.maiwandkabob.net/home.html

      You have had some indian but I also rec House of India for a pretty good buffet.

      Search the board for a number of message chains on the board about Columbia eats.

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        rudmansjmu May 2, 2008 08:07 AM

        Open to any type of cuisine. Does not need to be vegetarian.

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        enigmakairos May 2, 2008 06:50 AM

        I really enjoy Pho Dat Thanh (9400 Snowden River Pkwy). I almost always have Pho and a spring roll, but I know they've recently expanded their menu to include more traditional Amer-Asian dishes. Don't know about dinner service, but the lunch service is usually decently efficient, and I think it's some of the better, meatier Pho in MD.

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