We are in Baltimore (from CT) for a simcha, and chief among the pleasures will be our take-out order from David Chu's. We have lists from all our kosher-Chinese starved friends, and cannot wait to load up the car with all manner of goodies. You Baltimoreans are a bunch of lucky ducks!
This is one of the classier Baltimore kosher establishments. The food is good and the prices are reasonable. Lunch specials are especially worthwhile. It is a good idea to make reservations at dinnertime, and be prepared to wait for your food.
David Chu's is an exemplary restaurant. It is Kosher Chinese done right. Mr. Chu is a veteran restaurantuer, and has graced the Kosher community with his skill and expertise. The restaurant itself is a pleasure to eat it, although it can be a bit cramped and noisy at times. I recommend the Hot and Sour Soup.
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