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Highlights from Ming Tsai's Blue Dragon

Posted by Michelle Zippelli  April 24, 2013 02:42 PM

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Two months after the mid-february opening of Blue Dragon, I finally made it down to Fort Point to check out Ming Tsai's new spot. Officially dubbed an Asian Gastropub, the menu offers a mix of modern asian small plates, dim sum and noodle dishes that run the gamut from Bahn Mi sandwiches to Panko fish and chips. Blue Dragon is much more affordable and casual than its Wellesley-based counterpart, Blue Ginger, most small plates priced between $7 and $12.

Here are some favorites from the dinner menu...

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Braised Beef and Chinese Celery Potstickers

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Bison Mini Burgers with Teriyaki Caramelized Onions and Shiitakes - agreed-upon group favorite

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Korean Chicken Wings with Fresh Kimchee and Soy Glaze

Keep in mind Blue Dragon doesn't take reservations. It was packed to the brim when I went on a Thursday after work, so be prepared to wait for a table. They are also open for lunch, which might be less crowded than the after work rush. Blue Dragon is also closed on Sundays.

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Michelle Zippelli is a Boston based hedonist who is committed to finding the best food that Boston has to offer. She has lived in Boston for 6 years and works in online marketing. Michelle loves meatballs, live music, exotic cheeses, Mexican food, spur of the moment dance parties, and all things pickled.
Jacki Morisi is a self-proclaimed bon vivant extraordinaire. A Boston native whose waking hours are exclusively focused on travel, music, food, and fare ... emphasis on food and fare. She's a firm believer that just because you're living on a young professional's budget doesn't mean you have to sacrifice taste, and carries this mantra into each and every dining endeavor.
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