At Shojo, the scene seems nothing but right. On the menu, bao and shrimp toast appear beside duck fat fries and skirt steak with kimchi butter. Ravioli are filled with Chinese-style barbecue pork, fiery Thai green curry served in a bread bowl.
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While co-owner Brian Moy says to expect dim sum appetizers, peking duck and whole suckling pigs, there will also be… Read More.
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