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David Turin's oft-overshadowed David's 388 in South Portland has John Golden of The Golden Dish "totally hooked" after two visits. While the restaurant doesn't get the attention of Turin's other establishments across the bridge in Portland — David's and Opus Ten — "the daring duo of chefs in the kitchen makes this place formidable." Golden's only critique is the decor. "The rest is pure revelation. My first nibble there started with the duck canapés—a small plate at $5 that packs $100 worth of flavor and finesse." —Tom Minervino [TGD, ]