Felger & Mazz

Felger & Mazz

This week’s Smokin’ Hot Tips brings you what I think are the best Asian restaurants in the Boston area. If you’re a culinary enthusiast seeking an unforgettable dining experience that tantalizes your taste buds, look no further. Boston’s diverse food scene is a treasure trove of exquisite Asian flavors, catering to the most discerning palates.

Step into a gastronomic paradise as we take you on a mouthwatering journey through the vibrant streets of Boston, where the fusion of tradition and innovation is reflected in every dish. From sizzling hotpots to delicate sushi rolls, the city boasts a rich tapestry of Asian cuisine that will leave you craving for more.

Explore the bustling Chinatown, a culinary haven where authentic Chinese eateries flourish, offering dim sum that is simply unparalleled. Savor the sumptuous aromas of mouthwatering dishes, each prepared with time-honored recipes handed down through generations.

Not far away, the enchanting aromas of Thai spices beckon you to indulge in the harmonious blend of sweet, sour, and savory flavors. Discover the hidden gems that specialize in fiery curries, zesty salads, and noodle dishes that will transport you straight to the bustling streets of Bangkok.

If you’re in the mood for a more refined experience, the Boston area’s sophisticated Japanese restaurants are sure to captivate you. Witness skilled chefs crafting sushi with precision, showcasing the freshest catches from the sea. Immerse yourself in the artistry of teppanyaki, where entertainment and delectable cuisine merge seamlessly.

Here are my Smokin’ Hot Tips for some highly regarded options for Asian cuisine in and around Boston:

  • Myers + Chang

    1145 Washington St, Boston, MA
    Located in the South End, Myers + Chang, one of my favorite restaurants in the city- offers innovative and modern Asian-inspired dishes with influences from various cuisines, including Chinese, Taiwanese, Thai, and Vietnamese. The menu features creative small plates, noodles, and flavorful entrees. Try the Nasi Goreng- which is an Indonesian fried rice that comes with a runny egg that you mix into the hot rice. It’s sweet, it’s salty, it’s spicy- and amazing.

  • Hojoko

    1271 Boylston St, Boston, MA

    Located in the Fenway neighborhood, Hojoko is a trendy Japanese izakaya-style restaurant known for its vibrant atmosphere and delicious food. They serve a variety of small plates, sushi, ramen, and creative cocktails.

  • Shabu Zen

    80 Brighton Ave, Allston, MA
    If you’re a fan of hot pot, Shabu Zen in Allston is a fantastic choice. They specialize in Japanese shabu-shabu, where you can cook your own thinly sliced meats, vegetables, and noodles in a flavorful broth.

  • Kowloon

    948 Broadway, Saugus, MA
    https://www.kowloonrestaurant.com/The Saugus legend. My favorites are the basics, the Egg Rolls, the Chicken fingers, the best Pork Ribs I’ve ever had, the pork fried rice, and of course the Saugus Wings. And if you’re looking for something other than appetizers, from Chinese classics to Japanese specialties, there is something for everyone’s palate. The portions are generous, ensuring that you’ll leave satisfied. And, if you want an elevated experience, don’t be afraid to get that Mai Tai and add a couple drops of LEVIA tincture.

  • All Seasons Table

    64 Pleasant St, Malden, MA

    Located in downtown Malden, this is my favorite sushi spot going on close to 15 years. All Seasons Table isn’t just about sushi though, they offer a diverse and delicious menu. But again, The sushi selection at All Seasons Table is particularly noteworthy. From classic rolls to specialty creations, the sushi chefs showcase their skills with beautiful presentations and fresh ingredients. Each bite is a burst of flavor and texture, leaving you craving for more. My go-to is the Scotty Roll. Don’t just order one, get two. You won’t regret it.

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