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Cheap Eats

A Taiwanese favorite has two new homes

Wisteria The spicy squid triple delight with basil at Wisteria in Cambridge. (Globe Photo/Josh Reynolds)
By Denise Taylor
Globe Correspondent / September 3, 2008

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For 13 improbable years, Wisteria House survived in a basement on Newbury Street. Despite its humble digs, this Taiwanese restaurant drew in numerous fans with its cheap, authentic fare. If you craved the island's spicy beef soup swirling with fat noodles, or sweet tofu-wrapped sausages, or tender sautéed luffa (yes, the sponge), you'd find it there. And seafood? They always ... (Full article: 616 words)

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