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November 15, 2004

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Jeremy Osner

This morning I met and chatted with a Singaporean who was on vacation here in NYC, as I was walking from the train to my office -- I thought of asking him if he knew you guys but did not get around to it.

Tom

It looked from your photos a while back ("Zoë charmes dumpling-making aunties", I think) as though you go to the Qun Zhong Eating House on Neil Road - that's one of the finest little restaurants in Singapore, if you ask me, although maybe I shouldn't say that as the queues are already terrible.

belle waring

yep, tom, that's right. I was thinking of posting about it too, but I couldn't remember the name. that place is awesome.

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