Maybe you got lost trying to distinguish between all the square buildings on NW 29th, or you had a busy day deciding whether you should finally get that Ducati. Once you’re done looking at very fast motor scooters, head next door to Palmar. It’s a small green box of a restaurant that’s home to wicker lamps, pink seating, and some of the best Chinese food in the city. The menu has both larger dishes and dim sum-style plates, and the wine and sake lists are worth testing out. Try as much as you can, but since the dishes can get pricey, come with a group or for a birthday dinner before going out nearby.
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