This tiny, 12-seat restaurant in a converted garage on a busy downtown corner (with 30 more seats on the patio when the weather permits) serves up tasty Asian street food. Step up to the counter and watch the open kitchen prepare such dishes as papaya salad with lime-chili dressing, lemongrass chicken, pork belly banh mi sandwiches, and seared albacore tuna with buckwheat noodles and cucumber ribbons flavored with miso vinaigrette. My favorite is house-made saag paneer cheese with almond-and-sultana dumplings, topped with spinach masala cream sauce. Many of the dozen entrees on the menu (plus the handful of daily specials) can be made gluten-free or vegetarian, such as lemongrass tofu. Chef-owner Patrick Lynch spent years traveling and working in southeast Asia, and has created a pan-Asian menu that's both delicious and bargain-priced.