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For daring Asian cuisine enthusiasts, Myers + Chang promises to cater admirably to their needs. The chefs' interpretations of Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine are both thoughtful and novel; the Cantonese Lacquered Pork comes with kimchi flavored rice cake; the tartness of the kimchi serving as the perfect foil to the sweetness of the meat. Their pot-stickers are, predictably, excellent, as are the tea-smoked pork spare ribs. On weekends, Myers + Chang serves up a dim sum brunch menu, which is the perfect way to have a social hangover breakfast, with plenty of sharing and a riot of flavors.
Brown Sugar Cafe is an acclaimed Thai eatery in the city. A pot of sweet brown sugar graces every table, the menu is huge and the service is friendly. This cozy neighborhood place, which serves beer and wine, is known for its country pad Thai and drunken noodles. Seafood dishes include salmon choo chee and the fisherman madness - a spicy combo of crustaceans and filets. Patio dining is a good choice when weather permits.
Established in 1950, Kowloon Restaurant is a highly acclaimed Asian eatery, featuring Cantonese, Szechuan, Thai, Japanese and Polynesian delicacies. It is also one of the biggest of its kind in the country. Started by the Wong family, it features many themed dining rooms such as the Volcano Bay Room, Thai Grille, Tiki Lagoon, Hong Kong Lounge and the Mandarin Room. A New England legend, it is also frequented by celebrities and has had famous personalities like Anne Hathaway and Jerry Seinfeld enjoying their fare. Regular live entertainment such as comedy acts and concerts are hosted here and diners can enjoy these shows while having their meals. With their warm hospitality and exquisite food, Kowloon is just growing stronger despite being around for more than five decades. Visit this veritable landmark when you are around.