Dolphin Bay is a tiny Taiwanese place that appears to have been decorated via the liquidation sale of a defunct waterpark. It also doesn’t have a liquor license, and it closes at 8:30. But still, you’ll love it. Start with the popcorn chicken, a dish that seems a little dry at first but which you end up loving, move on to the spicy wonton noodles topped with ground pork, and then wash it all down with one of their creamy teas that taste kind of like melted ice cream (in a good way).
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Totto is a tiny ramen spot in Allston, and it should be on your ramen radar (which is totally a thing you should be able to get at Best Buy).
Myung Dong 1st Ave
The first thing you’ll notice at Myung Dong in Allston is the K-Pop videos playing on a loop. The second thing you’ll notice is the good Korean menu.
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Shojo is a fun and colorful Asian restaurant in Chinatown that feels more like a bar than a restaurant.
Gene’s Chinese Flatbread Cafe
Gene’s is a counter-service spot Downtown with outstanding hand-pulled noodles.
Mei Mei is the brick and mortar of a great foodtruck that serves Chinese-American food for lunch.
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