The main attraction at this classy Chinatown eatery is watching fish being pulled from the dining room tanks and taken to the kitchen for preparation. ... More
East Ocean City Restaurant
The main attraction at this classy Chinatown eatery is watching fish being pulled from the dining room tanks and taken to the kitchen for preparation. Fish is pan-fried or served raw. Choices include shrimp sashimi, soft-shell crab, chow foon, steamed fish, mussels and a variety of soups. There are many poultry and meat dishes on the menu as well. East Ocean City Restaurant has a full bar, electrifying neon lighting and Hong Kong decor. Patrons range from theater-goers to young club-hoppers, but they all tend to be well dressed. Validated parking is available.
Can t believe I paid $50 for a crab for lunch. Especially when twin lobsters were featured for $23.95?! They also charged $2.50 for white rice which apparently doesn t come with meal?? Lunch for me and wife came to almost $80.00 w tea. Hostess insisted I leave 15-20% tip on cc receipt.
If you need to find a good Chinese restaurant to treat some guests, this is the place to go. The food and service quality is great and the atmosphere is nice. This is one of the nicest restaurants in Boston Chinatown.
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