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The 8 Cuisines of China in Boston?

I am looking to hit up 8 restaurants, each representative of one of the eight cuisines of China. Here are the 8 cuisines:
Sichuan/Chuan
Hunan/Xiang
Guangdong/Cantonese
Shandong
Jiangsu
Zhejiang
Fujian
Anhui

Can you help me match the restaurants? Thanks!

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  1. Fujian - Potluck Cafe, 7 Knapp St, Chinatown

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    1. re: Prav

      Potluck's more Northern Fujian (Fuzhou), they don't really have much of the southern Fujian stuff, but there are dishes here and there served at Taiwanese places that are essentially Southern Fujian.

      1. re: limster

        http://flickr.com/photos/61246842@N00...

        Lim did most of the ordering here and I'm guessing we hit a lot of the Fuzhou dishes.

        1. re: 9lives

          Holy crap, I'm sorry I missed that meal!

          Gini, a worthy goal.

    2. Shandong- Qingdao Garden

      1. All of the above, plus Japanese, Thai, and Polynesian: the Kowloon!

        hahahaha carry on!

        1. sichuan - FuLoon in Malden Center or Sichuan Garden in Brookline.

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          1. re: tamerlanenj

            Fuloon also has a bunch of Shandong/Lu dishes, which seemed to be the primary training of the chef.

            1. re: tamerlanenj

              Or Chilli Garden in Medford Sq, which I ate at last weekend and was back to being excellent.

            2. We split the general queries about the characteristics and dishes of the different cuisines to its own separate thread on General Topics, so that you'll get a more comprehensive answer from a larger audience of chowhounds. The link is here: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/543751