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As you might expect, Radish in Williamsburg does a great radish salad, "coupling fresh mango with red onions, green peppers, and of course, radishes, sliced paper-thin and tossed with black sesame seeds in the lightest of vinaigrettes," as Kathy YL Chan wrote in 2010. But their other seasonally rotating salads are worth a try, too. I enjoyed the Kale and Clementine ($6) on a recent visit. Beyond those two ingredients—kale torn into bite-sized pieces (it's amazing how many kale salads are in unwieldy chunks) and neatly segmented citrus—it's laced with Parmesan and hazelnuts, in crumbles and shards that cling to every piece. It makes for a salad that's not just tasty things thrown together, but composed in a way that it collides as it should in one bite.
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