I'm quite spoiled by the inexpensive Chinese food I can find in NYC Chinatowns. The Boston Chinatown is much smaller, but it has a good variety, and I found the seafood dishes a bit cheaper - the salt-n-pepper lobster lunch we had just 2 days ago cost us $9....and we had almost 1 whole lobster - you can't beat that....however, the same restaurant also advertised a regular 'twin lobster' dish for $19.99, which is almost 40% more than what you can find in NYC. The bottom line is, walk around (since the entire Chinatown is literally only a few blocks - mainly Kneeland and Beach streets) before you commit. Try the bakeries too, which I find to be a bit cheaper than NYC.
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