18 "Chinese" Restaurants in Boston.
Silk Road is Boston’s only spot for Uyghur cuisine - and it’s pretty good.
Taiwan Cafe is a relatively small restaurant in Chinatown with a not-so-small menu of delicious things.
Q restaurant in Chinatown may be part of a secret society - one that serves tasty hot pot.
East Ocean is a Chinese restaurant in Revere that has a lot of great seafood options.
Taipei Cuisine is a Taiwanese spot in Quincy with great beef noodle soup.
Hong Kong Eatery is a spot in Chinatown with good BBQ and a variety of other entrees.
Sumiao is a Kendall Square restaurant that serves some great Hunan food.
Fat Baby is a sushi place in South Boston where the focus less on the sushi and more on the fun.
Super 88 is an Asian food court and grocery store in Allston, and you should come here when you want good food but don’t want to spend money.
Gene’s is a counter-service spot Downtown with outstanding hand-pulled noodles.
Dolphin Bay is a tiny Taiwanese spot in Allston that doesn’t have a liquor license, but does have some really good popcorn chicken and wontons.
Dumpling Kingdom is an appropriately named Chinese restaurant in Allston that’s great for a cheap meal.
Shojo is a fun and colorful Asian restaurant in Chinatown that feels more like a bar than a restaurant.
Xi’an Rougamo is a food court stall in Downtown Crossing that makes great spicy noodles and meaty sandwiches.