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Question of the Week: In your opinion, what is the most underrated restaurant or business in Princeton?
"Probably Nassau Bagel and Sushi. They have excellent sushi and they don't have too many people. I don't know why. The prices are fair and the food is great."
Andrew Dzhigo, North Harrison Street
"The [Princeton] Army and Navy Store on Witherspoon. It's been there forever. People keep on going there to buy jeans and stuff. They don't advertise and it just keeps on plugging along. My sons all much prefer to go there."
Dorothy Shephard, Library Place
"Maybe the [Princeton] Corkscrew [Wineshop]. I think its probably one of the best wine shops I've been in anywhere in the state. Although I think it has a good reputation, I don't know that outside of Princeton anybody knows about it."
Dave Narbeson, Bouvant Drive
"I don't know how well it's rated generally, but Masala Grill is one of my favorites. I'm Indian, and I think they do very good authentic Indian cuisine. But they have their own flair to it too, better than the places in Plainsboro."
Amit Prakash, Grover Avenue