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China Pearl
Chinese Restaurant$$
Today 8:30 am – 9:30 pm
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9 Tyler St Boston, MA 02111
9 Tyler StUSMABoston02111
(617) 426-4338chinapearlboston.net
$$Chinese RestaurantToday 8:30 am – 9:30 pm
Monday 8:30 am – 9:30 pmTuesday 8:30 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 8:30 am – 9:30 pmThursday 8:30 am – 9:30 pmFriday 8:30 am – 9:30 pmSaturday 8:30 am – 9:30 pmSunday 8:30 am – 9:30 pm
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Chinatown standby draws crowds with dim sum carts & an extensive menu of traditional dishes.- Google
People talk about shrimp dumplings, sum place, kung pao shrimp, chinese dim sum and shu mai
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Veronica Zavala
reviewed a month ago
Stopped here while visiting Boston, beat the lunch crowd by arriving around 11:45 am. We were seated quickly however our waiter showed very little interest in us. We had to get up and ask for a Chinese food menu and stand up to grab our waiters attention. My friend has sweet &a sour chicken. I had a taste it was good. I had the dim sum and it was fresh and good. If you get the fried dim sum ask for it fresh otherwise it will be cold. They need a better system at the register to pay. The lady there mischarged my friend and only got angry when she was corrected. I would recommend!
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kacy oen
reviewed 4 months ago
Good food and friendly service. They have carts too!
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Eun Kyung Park
reviewed a year ago
Best if you go during actual meal hours than awkward hours like brunch time for the hottest and freshest dishes.
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Auser Comment
reviewed 3 months ago
Excellent chinese food. The crab rangoon, and beef-chow yoke are to die for. I was really impressed with the rice and vegetable platter with chicken.
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James MacLellan
reviewed a year ago
The wife and I were in town for a show and decided to stop by. We were never asked if we would like a drink... of ANY kind. So I had water and colored water called tea. The standard meats (chicken fingers, wings and spare ribs) and the Lo Mein were ok. It was the pork fried rice that had us both shaking our heads. It tasted off. Like it was old or cooked in dirty water. Oh, and our waiter had the foot long hairy mole as well (ever hear of a razor or scissors?). Nothing against you if you have one, but in the food service industry, not a good thing. Thank god the wife missed the hairy mole. Not a fan of this place. Oh and they like to vacuum while you are eating.
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Dave Anderson
reviewed a year ago
perhaps the best dim sum in boston, after sampling many places, including chau chow and wnsor, which are many other people's favorites. the hargow and sui mai are excellent as are the beef meatballs. be sure to end with the sesame balls.