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Chinese Restaurants: Pao Lim
Thursday, 2003 November 13 - 12:56 am
Pao Lim serves up a slightly different Chinese restaurant experience.

Pao Lim in Durham is somewhat unique for this area. Unlike most of the Chinese take-out joints and buffets around here, which seem to think "Chinese" means "fried and heavily soy-sauced", Pao Lim puts out food that is multi-flavored, notably spicy, and generally well-executed. This is partly due to the use of Indian and Thai ingredients in the dishes. While this kind of food may be common in certain parts of Asia, it is a rare find in North Carolina.

The entree portions are gigantic. (Good for the wallet, bad for the waistline.) A single $10 entree could easily serve two or three people. The appetizers, by comparison, do not provide quite the same value.

The service is prompt, friendly, and efficient. There is a reasonably-sized (and reasonably-priced) selection of wine available.

Rating: 4/5
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