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This used to be my favorite dumpling place but tonight I got legitimately raw dumplings. The internal part is completely uncooked. Absolutely disgusting and a major health code violation... guess I’ll be looking for a new dumpling place
My meeting is finally over. Had my seafood fix, but have not been to anything Asian. A speaker in our last season recommended this place. It’s very small and very busy, but the service is great. I ordered way more than I can eat, but...More
Place - not in china town which threw me off a little but it made sense.
Food - it was fair to good depending on what you get. It looks like dumplings is their specialty so you may want to stick with it.
Not a big restaurant, no frills, no fuss. Since this is a “Dumpling Palace” we decided to try one of their dumplings. We ordered Mini Juicy Buns with Pork. “Juicy Buns” basically meant soup dumplings. It was a bit on the salty side, but had...More
My husband and I stopped in here for dinner on a Saturday. The place was packed, but they kept the tables moving so we only had to wait a few minutes. We ordered some dumplings as an app (delicious) and two meals. Prices were reasonable...More
This place caters more to the Non-vegetarian population. Vegetarians do not have too many options and the only available options are not cooked well enough. The only reason I went here was that this is the only place where we can get Asian food well...More
Great location on Massachusetts Ave, near Boylston Ave, this is a very simple restaurant with great authentic Chinese food. Their Orange Chicken was cooked to perfection, spicy flavor also included. I will go back to try a different dish next time. While I was eating...More
Went with my sister to Dumpling Palace for a chill lunch and stumbled across it. Overall, food quality is average. We ordered mixed vegetables and orange chicken; slightly undercooked when we got it, orange chicken’s seasoning was also meh. Service was quick, wait staff was...More
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