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Can someone recommend a good reasonably priced restaurant actually in Chinatown? We are going to take our son for his 13th birthday in April after a Boston Cannons game. He has never been before and I have not been for years and years.

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  1. I imagine it depends on what you're looking for. If you prefer traditional regional Chinese cuisines to Chinese-American fare, I think this recent thread might be useful: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/969233

    http://mcslimjb.blogspot.com/

    1. Thanks. There are alot of choices in that thread. Fortunately I have some time to figure out where we are going to go. Lots of possibilities.

      1. We have had a great meal and experience with kids your son's age at Dumpling Cafe on Washington St. - the soup dumplings are a must, along with a spicy fish filet dish if you like spicy - everything has been good there, it is reasonably priced, and the service is really pleasant.

        1. I'd go to Winsor Dim Sum Cafe, where you can get fresh hot dim sum every day till about 9:30pm. Nothing is very big, nothing is very expensive, so you can sample a huge variety of dishes.

          1. Peach Farm 4 Tyler St.

            Old school. Mostly Chinese clientele. Good food.