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Lai Lai Closed?
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(07-22-2017, 09:42 PM)Canard Wrote: Sam's?  No, Sam's has the same kind of menu as Lai Lai did.  Combo plates, individual items, you name it.

I don't recall Lai Lai serving Dim Sum.

We went to Sam's for Dim Sum and we didn't have to wait for a table.  But we had to wait a long time for the Dim Sum to appear.
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Sorry; what I mean is: Sam's has a regular menu, just like Lai Lai did, where you could order combo plates, individual items, whatever. I don't know if they have Dim Sum (sounds like they do - I've never had that).
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