At Asian Garden Restaurant we offer meals of excellent quality and invite you to try our delicious food. The key to our success is simple: providing quality consistent food that taste great every single time. We pride ourselves on serving our customers delicious genuine Hong Kong, Cantonese, and Szechuan dishes.
Few cities wear their history as proudly as Boston does. As the birthplace of the American Revolution, All-American cuisine flourished here for a long time. Although lobster rolls, clam chowder, and steakhouses still very much reign supreme, Boston has reached its culinary stride.
During the last 10 years, Boston has experienced the emergence of a greater variety of global cuisines than ever before. The trend stems partially from Boston chefs' diverse cultural backgrounds and interests, and partially from the demand created by increasingly sophisticated Boston diners. Here in Boston, chefs like Ming Tsai and Joanne Chang have also pushed forward the modern Asian culinary trend, combining world-class New England produce with new Asian flavors.
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Jessica says, Don't leave Boston without enjoying a stroll along one of Boston's waterways, sampling the seafood, and taking in a bit of history. When you've got a hankering for Asian in Boston you're in luck because Boston's best can be found sprinkled all around the city and into the near-by suburbs. Ranging in style, and cuisine type some do it all, like Mix-It while others stick to one style of Asian cooking, like Hot Pot Buffet.
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The hardest part about leaving home was leaving behind all of my favorite things. Unsurprisingly enough, all of those things happened to be edible. Thanks to hour time differences and day-long plane rides, finding food in Boston that properly satisfied my homesick cravings became a personal challenge of mine, and apparently many fellow international kids had similar ideas.
The impression is reinforced by highly professional service—the affable waitstaff will guide you through the menu of Hunan and Szechuan specialties. The restaurant—a labor of love from Sumiao Chen, a female restaurateur and scientist from Xiangtan, Hunan—offers the bold flavors and fiery spices that define Hunanese cuisine, one of the most exciting among regional Chinese styles. The kitchen combines traditional recipes and techniques with high-quality sourcing and modern touches; this approach yields flavorful dishes, including several exotic, unique options.