Your favorite Chinese food in the Boston area?

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    we always order from Beijing House in Norwell -- they have photos of various members of Aerosmith on the walls from when the guys have stopped in over the years.  we almost always order the same thing:  beef lo mein, pork fried rice, chicken with mixed vegetables, and of course egg rolls.
     
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    China Garden in Malden.
     
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    Dragon Inn in Lynn.  Mostly a takeout place in the old Papa Ginos in downtown but their pork fried rice is the best and their terriyaki is great!

     
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    Bernard's @ the Mall @ Chestnut Hill - none better!!!
     
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    The Wok, in Wellesley!
     
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    Cathay Pacific in Quincy!
     
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    Kowloon on Route 1 in Saugus is really good (for a big place), but for local Chinese food (for take-out), I go to China Jade in Beverly. Their chicken fingers are prefect. 
     
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    Fen Yang House Main St. in Winchester. Always fresh, reasonably priced, and hand made crab rangoons are the best.
     
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    Everett, Golden House or Cathay Pacific in Quincy!!!
     
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    Well my favorite Chinese food place is called the PuPu, located on Centre St. across from Blanchard's in West Roxbury, MA.  They have nice cuisine and they deliver as well.
     
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    China Delight in Somerville. Always fresh and delicious.
     
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    In Brighton, Joyful Garden.  http://www.joyfulgardenboston.com/ - really good Cantonese style similar to what you can get in San Francisco and NYC.  They do take out and delivery but I prefer to eat at the restaurant.  It tastes better.   It's an odd location; Soldiers Field Road as part of the Days Inn.  Try it!
     
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    Su Chang's in Peabody
     
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    Chinatown in Stoughton
     
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    I haven't eaten Chinese food in ages but I use to love Beansprout in Malden and Speedy Wongs in Charlestown. 
     
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    I can't believe no one has mentioned it yet, but we love Tiki Island on Middlesex Ave in Medford.  Always consistent, always good.
     
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    Golden Temple in Brookline.
     
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    Sichuan Gourmet in Framingham and also now in Brookline, but we may decide to do Indian this year!

     
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    Chum Lee's in Shrewsbury! Great food and drinks!
     
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    Lucky Corner in Raynham is my favorite.  The appetizers like the crab rangoon, chicken wings, and bbq pork are great tasting.  Their dinner combo portions are huge and a good value.
     
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    Dragon Dynasty on Highland St. in Worcester.  I drive by a "highly rated" restaurant in my town to get take out from Dragon Dynasty.  Great food and service...we'll be calling on New Year's Eve!Wink
     
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    Billy Tse's in Revere on Revere Street!!!!  So yummy.
     
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    Mandarin Taste in Sharon. 
     
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    Billy Tse's in Revere. There is now another great place in Wilmington called Golden Ginger, great food although the portions could be a bit larger
     
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    Re: Your favorite Chinese food in the Boston area?

    Golden Temple in Brookline expesive both worth it nothing compares.
     
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