Palo Alto CreameryDiner • Palo Alto, United States
Sausage skillet. Rare pourable mustard.
Everything is good. Start with the basic chicken curry and work your way up. Lots of flavor and spice(heat)
Great flavor in the chicken but the rice is plain and underwhelming compared to TriniPaki Boys a few books over
The seltzer fridge is always stocked at the HQ of the world's best tech site.
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Ben Lerer takes the stairs between Thrillist and his offices at Lerer Ventures, so catch him here for a 60 second pitch.
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