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New Year's lunch special: $11 or less at Street for the month of January


I like auspicious signs the first week of the new year. And I'll go ahead and take this for one: Street chef-owner Susan Feniger says all lunch items for the month of January will be $11 or less, to celebrate 2011. The $11 price may not qualify as inexpensive by, say, Midtown Lunch standards (under $10), but the dumpling platter -- including Ukrainian varenyky, Korean mandoo and stuffed mushrooms -- is usually $14. The Saigon beef salad with celery leaf and long beans is normally $15; I pulled out my trusty calculator, and this means a nearly 27% discount. Here's to good eating in '11. 

742 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles; (323) 203-0500; www.eatatstreet.com.

-- Betty Hallock

Photo: Kaya toast at Street. Credit: Stefano Paltera/For The Times

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