Best Cheap Eats In Seven Corners

Best Cheap Eats In Seven Corners

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Fuel up at our local-approved budget food spots in Seven Corners.

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    Great find! The general Tso's lived up to the hype! It's a vegetarian restaurant so don't go looking for meat. -- Christy Geary via Foursquare
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    Popular place so there may be a wait but tables turn over quickly. Try any of the grilled pork dishes, green papaya salad (spicy) and Banh Xeo (mung bean batter omelet with shrimp/pork) -- ScorpioKiss via Foursquare
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    If you like ok food under a communistic atmosphere, this is the "restaurant" for you. Tell them to take burnt food back and they'll tell you why you didn't specify no burnt food in the first place! -- Kenny Chan via Foursquare
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    I second Matt D's tip, but I would add Sunday to it. The food is worth the wait! -- Kim Nguyen via Foursquare
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    Good starts to the meal include a simple dish of cold cucumber with cilantro. Pork with crunchy cucumber and seaweed-like mushrooms is good for those who shy away from spice. -- Washingtonian Magazine via Foursquare
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    Get the chili chili con queso app, which is cheese dip with chili in it. Ask for your fries early so you can dip them in the queso -- chili cheese fries gone wild. -- Joe Zézito via Foursquare
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    Great place for groups of 5 to 10. Order a large variety to share & enjoy wearing out your chopsticks. -- KMango via Foursquare
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    When you visit, first check our beer chalkboard, it'll tell you what we have on tap. We usually have a great selection of the year-round beers. -- Dogfish Ale House Gaithersburg via Foursquare
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    Delish - ordered Duck Larb & Mee Kathi (per Sietsma) and loved. Got medium spicy (Thai hot) - not that hot, think we could handle Lao hot. 2 dishes was ample for 2 if you don't want leftovers. -- Marta D. via Foursquare
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    Look to servers for help with unfamiliar dishes. They’ll readily demonstrate, say, how to make the lime-salt-and-pepper dip that perks up sweetly lacquered roasted quail. -- Washingtonian Magazine via Foursquare
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