This place doesn't look like it has much going for it, the usual roadside stuff, with a few Asian specialties. (Ms. Yu , I'm told is Korean.) The crab rolls were suspiciously low-priced (2 for $14.95, as I remember) but I braved them anyway. They were delicious! The crabmeat was fresh and hand-picked, the bun buttery and perfectly toasted. This is the stuff seafood buffs like me dream of. I don't know whether to immediately drive back there to buy two more, or to never go again to preserve the perfect memory.
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