Taking the advice of the proprietor of the Asian Market in Durham, my wife and I headed just down 15-501 to Pao Lim. The menu is a mix of Americanized Chinese and pan-Asian dishes (pakoras even), but all the same the fare isn't bad at all: fresh and well-flavored, with the hot-oil sheen that can only come from a wok cooking over very high heat. It's too bad that the food is so Americanized (I spotted General Tso's chicken on many tables) because I suspect that the chef could do something more interesting if he thought there was a clientelle for it. Picking one's dishes carefully, one could probably cobble together a very good meal.
On the positive side of the Americanization issue, the room is bright, clean, and well-appointed, and completely free of carved dragons and paintings of the Great Wall of China. A pleasant place to dine.