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Pacific Chinese restaurant near Newmarket Square

sheila | Mar 10, 200810:50 AM     7

It is open for around two weeks. We were thrilled by the free 5-level parking lot and decided to try it without hesitation.

We found parking easily but we anticipate problems if the restaurant gets busy. The restaurant has very high ceiling at the front and large window so it looks grand. I love it because I can't stand dim-sum places Emperor Garden or China Pearl where there is no natural light.

We sat close to the cashier so we saw everyone coming in. It appeared to us that a lot of customers know the hosts there. I am sure that I saw them somewhere before, maybe China Pearl?

We wish that we would love the food but we didn't. We got char siu bao, chicket feet, beef tripe, beef ball, siu mai, leek dumplings..etc. All the food, to us, was lack of flavor even though they looked good. The only thing that I gave a thumb-up was the filling of char siu bao. The consistency, color and flavor are the best I have seen in Boston. Unfortunately, the bread is substandard.

Services are prompt and courteous.

Will I go back? Only if I get up late and still want dim sum without the hassle of finding parking.

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