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 in the kitchen, 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 Turkish dumplings with garlic sour cream and fried onions; the Vietnamese bologna salad, which is a tango of salty, spicy, and sweet; and the halibut biriyani. The scene here is a buzzy one, excellent for groups.