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The owners of the Cantonese restaurant Noodle Village, located at the southern tip of Mott Street in Chinatown, have the health and well being of their customers on their minds. You realize this even before you set foot inside the place, when you notice a sign posted on the window that boasts no MSG! The thing to get here is an MSG-free bowl of congee—which comes mingled with everything from sweet corn ($5.25) to black egg ($5.25)—and with it, of course, a salutary fried cruller ($1.50). Among this rice soup’s many amazing attributes, according to the menu, is its ability to “harmonize the stomach and the spleen, the two most important organs involved in optimum digestion.” The various soup noodles, which like Grand Sichuan’s entrees are offered in both small and large sizes ($3.50 to $8.50), are also good, not to mention “an essential part of any weight-loss program.”Note
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