Best Dishes in Chinatown
Anyone want to take a whack at this? I know there have been lots of posts on Chinatown...but how about one thread comprising the best in Chinatown?
I think my top two would be:
Roast beef with Scallion Pancakes at Taiwan Cafe
Peking Duck at King Fung Garden
I agree with the steamed vegetable dumplings from Taiwan Cafe, but I don't agree with the Cumin Lamb at New Shanghai. I've only had it once, but it was like "country-fried lamb" dusted with cumin, nothing like the superlative versions from Zoe's or Wang's.
King Fung Garden
74 Kneeland St, Boston, MA 02111
New Shanghai Restaurant
21 Hudson St, Boston, MA 02111
a few of my favorites...
roti canai at penang
roasted quail at xinh xinh
pho dac biet at pho pasteur
pork chop on rice at taiwan cafe
chicken feet in black bean sauce and sichuan style beef stomach at winsor dim sum cafe
lychee pork at china gourmet
tripe with ginger and scallions and egg custard tarts at bubor cha cha
yum pla duk foo and fried pork belly in chili sauce with green peppercorns at montien
salt and pepper pork chop at royal pacific
beef tail in red wine at jade garden
fuqi feipian at new shanghai
fried squab and boneless duck feet with jellyfish at best little restaurant
empress chicken with garlic sauce at wing's kitchen
braised beef brisket and beef tendon noodle soup at vinh sun
house roast beef with chinese watercress at new golden gate
Eggplant with basil and Pork chop special at Taiwan Cafe
MingKee Eel and salty spicy soft shell crab at Peach Farm
Xiao Long Baio and Grilled Taiwanese Chicken Leg at Dumpling Cafe
Lao Mei Faun (sticky rice) at Great Taste
Ants climbing on Tree and long beans and pork in Lettuce leaves from Best Little Restaurant
Char siu (BBQ pork) from Best Cafe/China Pearl
Salty Spicy Pork Chop on Rice and Beef Chow Fun from Royal Pacific
4 Tyler St, Boston, MA 02111
70 Tyler St, Boston, MA 02111
201 Main St, Milford, MA 01757
Some of mine have already been mentioned, but this one has not.
Salt n Pepper Chicken Wings at Jade Garden. Eff yeah. After decades of eating salt n pepper everything under the sun, I can't believe I never had chicken wings that way until only a few months ago.