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Can't decide what type of food you want for dinner? Head to Little Donkey, a restaurant that puts the whole world on its plates, sometimes with tastes from different continents sharing a dish. It's a devil-may-care global form of fusion, but thanks to the mad skills of chefs Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer (both James Beard award winners), somehow it works. The plates are small enough that diners can get a range of tastes in one meal. While the menu changes often, we recommend (if they're available) the which is a Turkish dumplings with garlic sour cream and fried onions called manti; the Vietnamese bologna salad, which is a tango of salty, spicy and sweet; and the halibut biriyani (an Indian rice dish). The scene here is a buzzy one, excellent for groups.