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March 29th, 2005 12:00 am Margaret Seiler | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2005

With its weekend wait, ice-cream parlor chairs and weird quasi-heirlooms perched on pedestals around the dining room, the Cameo Cafe looks like an after-church spot transplanted from the South. But the menu, despite its plentiful pancakes (anything bigger than a quarter-acre is beyond belief), eggs and hash browns, is looking the other direction-across the Pacific. Look for kimchee in your omelette, or try the Pindaettok (at $9.95, one of the Cameo's cheaper breakfasts), a Korean bean-veggie-spice pancake that, with two eggs, bacon and toast, might tide you over until next Sunday. (MS)
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