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Nine Chowhounds descended upon Bistro Aracosia for their elegant take on Aghani cuisine in the Palisades neighborhood. I had already scoped out the place for lunch, and on the vegetarian platter I found a remarkable version of sabzi chalou (greens) that avoided the pitfalls of the soupy puddle you...

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