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Jean & Lee's Kitchen is the real deal

Ruprecht | May 6, 201408:56 AM     8

Shouldn't be surprising to anyone who is familiar with their past work, but I hadn't seen any actual reviews. We have been been twice in the past couple of weeks and are very happy to have this quality of Taiwanese in the 'burbs. Some favorites among what we tried:

Xiao Long Bao (something like juicy pork buns on their menu): I can't claim to be all that well-versed in this dish, having had it maybe three times in my life, but this version was outstanding.
- Ko Cha Dish (pork and squid) - This seems to be a variation of a favorite of mine from Shangri La (pork with dried tofu, I think they call it there, and hasn't any squid)
- Three Cups Tofu
- Steamed Wontons in Hot Sauce and Peanut Sauce: fan's of Mary Chung's suan la chow show will probably like this as well.
- Lamb in Spicy Sauce: lamb was slightly gristly but excellent flavor

Super friendly service as well, and accommodating to children. They are at 108 Oak St, in Newton Upper Falls, around the corner from the Biltmore.

Mary Chung
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