Alibi V.22 No.21 • May 23-29, 2013 
Ignore the waffle at your peril.

Restaurant Review

Fried Tofu and Waffles

Exploring the secrets of Banh Mi Coda

Banh Mi Coda, a Vietnamese sandwich shop, deli and tofu house across the parking lot from Talin Market, is what you'd expect to find in a big-city Asian district. It's the type of place that requires a certain percentage of its clientele to already know what is going on, because while the bright, spotless space is attractive and inviting, the myriad of unusual dishes and absence of explanation can be disorienting to the uninitiated.

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Moules frites from Café Jean Pierre.
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Food 101

Path to the Sea

Moules frites for desert dwellers

There are few dishes quite so evocative of both shore and field as the Belgian-originated moules frites. Bend your head over a bowl of mussels in the shell, and you are instantly clinging to a salty sea rock on some faraway beach. (I mean in a sexy mer-person way, not an awkward way.)

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Wine and French Night

Casual French study, wine, cheese, culture, song and conversation with Maryse Lapierre.
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