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Authentic Taiwanese in new Allston spot

Jo Jo Taipei Chicken made with one cup each of water, wine, and soy sauce is a specialty at Jo Jo Taipei, which also offers dishes for more adventurous eaters. (Mark Wilson/Globe Staff)
By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / August 20, 2008

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You don't often see a restaurant extol the stinkiness of its food. So as we scan the menu at Jo Jo Taipei, Allston's newest Taiwanese restaurant, we're intrigued by an appetizer whose name seems designed to repel: crispy smelly bean curd. Our waitress's face lights up when we place our order. "You like it?" she asks, beaming. A few minutes ... (Full article: 604 words)

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