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Patricia Unterman tries to get the word out about a possibly-dying hidden gem in the Richmond, where Layalay and its "voluptuous appetizer service" are relegated to the No Man's Land of a residential block: "I found out about Layaly from a reader, Darcy Fink, who sent me an e-mail with a sense of urgency. It took me five months to get there. Now, after several visits, I understand the reason for her tone. Layaly is so exceptional, yet so underappreciated, that she must have feared for its life. Yet the restaurant continues to delight. The food is impeccably fresh and alive, the surroundings warm and inviting." [SFE]

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