Spanning the area between South Station and the Boston Common, Chinatown is filled with many Chinese immigrants and their ... More
Spanning the area between South Station and the Boston Common, Chinatown is filled with many Chinese immigrants and their businesses. There are numerous Chinese restaurants as well as bakeries and teahouses. In addition, there are Japanese, Korean and Vietnamese restaurants in the neighborhood. Specialty shops sell everything from medicinal dried roots and herbs to fine jade jewelry. Food markets sell fresh fish, hard-to-find Asian vegetables and even live poultry. The traditional Chinatown Gatepaifang is flanked by foo lions on each side to ward off evil.
You must stop by this chinese bakery "Ho Yuen Bakery" on 54 Beach St, Chinatown, Boston, MA. It was the first chinese bakery that opened in Boston. This is one of the most popular bakery in chinatown people. Recipes has been handed down throughout the generation. Try the egg custard pie my personal favorite), hot dogs wrapped with golden baked dough, roast pork buns, dinner rolls or the delicious spring rolls. Great value for inexpensive lunch, snack, party or picnic food! Everything is made fresh daily. Kids especially love the hot dog baked in the dough.
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