At this Chestnut Hill gem, try menu items like shrimp sautéed with roasted shallots, fu chow fried rice, and grilled chicken with apple wine sauce. Read more.
Changsho is the fourth Chinese restaurant run by the Chen family, who also own Lotus Blossom in Sudbury, Water Lily in Wayland, and Lotus Flower in Framingham. Read more.
This Chinatown spot is a popular late-night hangout for hungry bargoers come closing time: While Boston's watering holes turn off the lights at 2 a.m., Chau Chow City serves until 3 a.m. Read more.
"At Chilli Garden, owner Zheng Hu imports hot bean sauce, chilis, pickles, wild mushrooms, peppercorns, and other spices directly from Sichuan province. Read more.
"Now that CK Sau, the dean of Chinese cooking in Boston, has moved to Wellesley, one of the hubs of 'real' Chinese is in this western suburb." Read more.
"We slurped down two gigantic steamed oysters swimming in ginger-scallion sauce, then tackled the fragrant pile of fried jumbo shrimp with spiced salt." Read more.
A Globe correspondent was pleasantly surprised in his 2011 review of Golden Temple, writing that the General Gau's chicken was some of the best he's had in Boston. Read more.
For a classic winter meal, try Gourmet Dumpling House's mini steamed buns. Also known as xiao long bao or soup dumplings, the soup is contained inside the dumpling. Read more.
On the menu at this Brighton locale? Pineapple shrimp, Peking duck, moo goo gai pan, and broccoli with oyster sauce, to name a few. Read more.
Kowloon offers more than 400 items, grouped as Polynesian, Cantonese, Szechuan, Thai, sushi. The Chinese food is classic 1960s Chinese-American – but tasty. Read more.
Customer favorites at this longstanding restaurant include suan la chow show, dun dun noodles, and spicy green beans. Read more.
Mu Lan Taiwanese Restaurant owners Hong Tan and her brother, chef Shui Huang Han, make a different version of fried chicken. Read more.
The waiters are interactive, and the food - Asian dishes, mostly Chinese, in smallish portions perfect for sharing - is high in flavor and low in price. Read more.
Contrary to what you think, P.F. Chang's China Bistro is not the Applebee's of Chinese food. It's the Bertucci's of Chinese food. Read more.
In the old Southie, if you hankered for Asian take-out, you settled for greasy fried rice served in styrofoam. Teriyaki House has changed that. Read more.
A classic Chinese and Polynesian restaurant serving crab rangoons, cashew chicken with Peking sauce, and other classics. A fun place to dine! Read more.