Like compliments and photos of celebrities grocery shopping in sweatpants, some things never get old. That’s how we feel about dinner at Taiwanese Bistro Cafe 33. We could stay in this former laundromat in Squirrel Hill for hours, eating soup dumplings, pork buns, and stinky tofu, and wondering why so many commercials take place in laundromats. The small restaurant gets pretty busy, but the kitchen is quick, so don’t be discouraged if there is a short line - especially since you can wait it out with a tiki drink at Hidden Harbor across the street.
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