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Madeline

Bo zai fan - my father said is the perfect bachlor's food. He tried to teach my sisters and I to make it when we were heading off to college. I didn't take him up on it, now I want to learn how to make it. :)

wonders

You just made me very very hungry -=)

Jane

wow those photos make me want to go there NOW. How was the preserved duck?

Dave Cook

Duck is good. Eddie Huang of Baohaus puts it even more strongly:

http://thepopchef.blogspot.com/2010/07/wah-and-gentrification.html

I prefer the house special, but from 17 varieties of bo zai fan, you may find your own favorite.

Lamchop

Oh I love bo zai fan, especially the burnt parts of the rice... and the free claypot or "bo" when you order it to go!! However, I have to say they don't last too long...

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