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Residents of Palm Beach County can rejoice in the splendor of Asian Fusion cuisine gratis of the recent opening of Kapow Noodle Bar’s second location. On July 20th, the beloved Kapow Noodle Bar (originally located in Mizner Park in Boca Raton) opened its doors in Downtown West Palm Beach off Clematis.
For those who aren’t familiar with Kapow, the Asian Fusion noodle bar proffers an extensive variety of exquisitely and artistically mastered cuisine. The menu is fluent for both restaurants including fan favorite dishes like the Skirt Steak Lo Mein and the Steamed Buns. A new adaptation of the classic Fried Rice has emerged with the exclusivity of only being available in the West Palm location– the BBQ Duck and Ginger Fried Rice. The revered “Bun night” where steamed buns are offered at a discounted price, and Wine Wednesday are also celebrated at the West Palm location… leaving you with virtually no excuse to miss out.
Each visit to Kapow is an event and should be celebrated as such. Libations are plenty and diverse. In accordance with authenticity, hot and chilled Sake is available. The beer list flows from the tap and the bottle including house favorites Sapporo as well local brews like Funky Buddha’s Hop Gun. The cocktails sound as good as they taste. The fan favorite “Spicy Lover” offers a unique twist on a classic Mojito with Casamigos Blanco, cucumber, agave, cilantro, lime, and jalapeno hot sauce. With bottomless mimosas and Sapporos for 15$, your weekend and what’s in your wallet will have longevity.
By |2018-02-09T12:30:32-05:00August 4th, 2017|Sub-Culture Group|0 Comments
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