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weinstein5 Sep 5, 2006 06:40 PM

It has been a few months since this topic has been brought up - I was wondering if there were any updates to kosher restaurants in boston?

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    DeisCane Sep 5, 2006 07:40 PM

    The old Shalom Hunan closed. :-(

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      LaurenceJ Sep 6, 2006 02:30 PM

      Shalom Beijing 92 Harvard St, 731 9760 (M) KVH

      Drove by it the other day but traffic would not allow me a second look at the sign. I found this though.

      I have not eaten at this place though,
      Tiberias Grill 417 Harvard St, 277 1144 (M) NEKLM Rabbi A. Hamaoui
      but I guess we will have to check it out though.
      At Ta'am China any more space would be a blessing, b'h.

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        DeisCane Sep 6, 2006 04:19 PM

        LaurenceJ,

        Why did you post the address for Shalom Beijing? That's the place that closed that I posted on.

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      Pumpkinseed Sep 5, 2006 09:11 PM

      And Ta'am China has a new branch in Newton. Some people say it's better than the Brookline place; others think it's basically the same. (I'm in the second camp.) It's a much roomier space.

      1. peregrine Sep 8, 2006 11:51 PM

        If you're downtown during the day, the Milk Street Café is also the milchig café. Excellent soups, salads & sandwiches, including, of course, fish specials.

        http://www.milkstreetcafe.com/

        1. weinstein5 Sep 22, 2006 11:22 AM

          Ended up going to Ruth's Kitchen on Harvard in Brookline and tried Taam China's new location - both were very good -

          carried out food from Ruth's - actually tried their chinese optioins - very nice food was cooked to order and huge portions.

          Taam China in Newton ate there - food likewise was excellent, service was very friendlyt and efficient even with a party updatirs -

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