It might be the most magnificent sight — slabs of pork belly and ribs and whole ducks dangling from meat hooks as they slowly roast behind a pane of glass.
Look closely and you'll see rivulets of fat slowly, mesmerizingly tracing paths down the sides of each piece. You'll feel awkward for gawking as long as you do, until you see every other party that comes into Ginger Bistro do the same.
I've taken to calling it the Meat TV, and it's just one of the many things this modern Chinese-focused Asian restaurant gets right
Ginger Bistro opened in February on the north-facing side of the plaza anchored by Burlington Coat Factory in Fort Myers. Its sign has long tempted me with promises of dim sum and Asian-style barbecue, so when I was seated at a table facing the Meat TV, then handed a dim-sum menu I could barely contain myself.
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