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Re: “CO delivers bright Asian fare in a laid-back setting

Just had a fantastic meal here. First of all the restaurant's decor is great with large community tables. We had two delicious cocktails to start followed with the tofu spring rolls and tofu buns- both were fantastic. The buns are not steamed but are fried (which we were fine with- they were delicious) and the Sriracha mayo is perfect. The tofu spring rolls were light and flavorful with a rich peanut sauce. Next my dining partner and I shared the com chien (fried rice) and a yakisoba bowl. Both were fantastic, perfectly balanced flavors with fresh ingredients. The noodles were light and tender and there was a nice hint of citrus to the sauce. We will definitely be back, this is some of the best Asian cuisine we have had in Charleston. Next time I'm going for a Bahn Mi! Our server Tara was knowledgeable and welcoming, as were all the rest of the staff that we encountered.

And if you like the Vietnamese food in New York better, all of us Charlestonians are perfectly happy with you just staying up there.

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Posted by Hannah.Caroline.C on June 8, 2012 at 6:56 PM
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