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By Janice Baker | July 7, 1991
Busan Sushi is an entirely delightful hole in the wall. There are four tables or so and a sushi bar in the first room in from the door, and about eight tables in a second room, which is decorated with one large fan, two screens and two seashells in a goldfish bowl.We visited twice, just two of us. The second time around, our waiter greeted us by name. I no longer carry an American Express card, and on our first visit we hadn't brought cash. Because we live not far away, the restaurant took our check.
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By MARY MAUSHARD and MARY MAUSHARD,The Evening Sun The Sun The Sunday Sun | February 23, 1991
The Orient, 319 York Road, Towson, 296-9000. This downtown Towson restaurant offers a great number of Chinese dishes and a sampling of Japanese fare. The Appetizer Tempura ($4.95) from the Japanese menu was a beautiful, tasteful way to begin; a wicker basket brimmed with wonderfully breaded vegetables and a couple of shrimp. Unfortunately, the rest of the meal was not as enjoyable. Our soups and entrees lacked flavor; we had long waits between courses and when the waiter was around, he seemed in a hurry not to be. $$moderate.
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By Mary Maushard | January 17, 1991
The Orient is a bit misleading. From its name, one might think this downtown Towson restaurant offers cuisine from across a continent.It does not.It offers a great number of Chinese dishes and a sampling of Japanese fare. There is an attractive sushi bar separate from the dining room.Except for a mixed appetizer tempura plate, my husband and I stuck to Chinese dishes on a recent visit to The Orient. And except for that tempura, what we had was mostly run-of-the-mill. At higher than run-of-the-mill prices.
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