Dos Palillos- in English, two chopsticks- takes the idea that Asian cuisine and tapas are united by the use of stick utensils and runs with it. Here you'll find Chinese and Japanese food made in small plates, meant for sharing with the entire table. Cantonese caramelized walnuts and fresh spring rolls make great openers, and from there more substantial plates like meat gyoza, oyster omelettes, and vegetable wok dishes take over. For a sweet finish, look into the mango and coconut flan or the cru fruit, which is prepared by osmosis to infuse it with ginger and sake flavors. And remember- sharing is wholly encouraged.
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