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Michael Bao’s foray into Mex-Asian fusion features both Cholula and Sriracha hot sauces at its handful high-top tables. As tandoori and tortilla aromas waft from the open kitchen, you realize that this isn't your normal takeout spot. The appetizers tend more towards the Mexican side of the arrangement, with quesadillas, guacamole, and spicy Thai-basil-beef nachos large enough to be a meal by themselves. Entrees pull from all over, including Bimbibao hangar steak, and pulled pork drizzled with “Baobq” (house barbecue) sauce — offered either as tacos, a burrito, a “Baorrito bowl,” or a salad. However, a simple vegetable taco and a dish of tilapia drizzled with a mole-infused kewpie mayo prove some of the unexpected hits from this offbeat restaurant.Recommended Dishes
Spicy guacamole ,$5; nacho bao, $8; burrito, $7; Baorrito bowl, $7