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Imperial Herbal Restaurant
Imperial Herbal Restaurant Review
Feeling jet-lagged? Having problems with digestion? A Chinese herbalist at this cavernous dining hall is sure to have a remedy or two in mind; in fact, more than 100 dishes with specific therapeutic goals have been created here. The braised Canadian codfish flambé with garlic and ginger, for example, is said to relieve fatigue, while the candied sweet potato aims to calm upset stomachs. Take-home herbal remedies can be bought if you're impressed with the immediate results of your meal. With set menus for up 10 people available, this is a great option for groups.
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