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Any Good Chinese in West Rox/Roslindale?

slowcookedbeef Aug 8, 2006 02:55 PM

Any advice on where I can get decent Chinese (and I mean Chinese-American take-out here) in these neighborhoods. Have tried Tai Ho, Spring Blossom and another place on Centre. None has been very impressive.

Any thoughts on other places in the area -- Wing's Kitchen, Imperial Kitchen, Dragon Chef, Golden House, etc....

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    paulgardner RE: slowcookedbeef Aug 8, 2006 06:32 PM

    I have been to Mandarin Gourmet twice at Putterham Circle in South Brookline and I thought it was excellent.

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      alyssap99 RE: slowcookedbeef Aug 8, 2006 08:33 PM

      you could also try food wall on centre street--it's in jamaica plain, not roslindale/west roxbury, but it does deliver to the area. and it's delicious!

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        promixcuous RE: slowcookedbeef Aug 9, 2006 12:42 AM

        If Mandarin Gourmet is too far, try Tai Ho on Centre St. in West Rox for delivery or pickup. (617) 327-8060

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          aportele RE: slowcookedbeef Feb 3, 2007 01:18 PM

          Mmmmm. Golden House Szechwan Chicken is delish...

          Good takeout place---fast n' friendly

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            gutterman RE: slowcookedbeef Feb 3, 2007 02:46 PM

            I would stay away from Imperial Kitchen, I didn't like most of the stuff they do. The fried apps were ok, but the rest of it was swill. I have been ordering from Triple Eatery. They are on cummins highway, maybe 3 blocks down from washington street right in Roslindale Sq.

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              LisaMass RE: slowcookedbeef Feb 4, 2007 08:43 AM

              I may be alone here, but I loved the hot and sour soup at PuPu Chinese restaurant when I lived in town. It is across from Anna's Donuts in W Roxbury or Roslindale.

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                psc109 RE: slowcookedbeef Feb 5, 2007 12:43 PM

                West Garden next to the Real Deal on Center St is ok but I'd also give the nod to Mandarin Gourment.

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