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Namoo Tree House



This hidden, homey barbecue haven is long on charm, with brick walls, bamboo plants, and servers (and an owner) who bustle like aunties in their aprons. You’ll find yourself returning here for other things as much as for the barbecue, which comes classic with steamed eggs, soybean-paste soup, and purple rice. There are great daily lunch specials mostly priced under $10, and traditional hot pots satisfy. Insider tip: if you call ahead to preorder your lunch, they’ll have it waiting for you.

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