Fairly large place in Chinatown in Boston. Service good with non-smiling but efficient local faces.The double lobster in with scallions and ginger was every bit as good as all the others have written here, but two things to know: not cheap; and incredibly, almost impossible to eat. Lobster comes in the shell with an edge of each piece of shell cut off, but you have to dig it out. I am a native New Englander and know how to eat Maine lobster. But when it is in a viscuous sauce aroung the shell, with no lobster crackers available to break open the shell, only chopsticks and a fork, it is nigh to impossible to get at the succelent and deliciouos meat with which the sauce was delectable. If you can get them to bring it to you all cracked and out of the shell would be worth a rave. Bathroom as in most Chinese restaurants of this type, disgustingly dirty.
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