1st time organizing a dinner at New Taste of Asia (mainly spicy szechuan and doughie northeeatern dishes) . Went there today; it was really good but the dishes are expensive but the portions are quite big. So we figure it's best to go with a huge party to try many dishes. We tried the zhi rang yang rou (stir fried lamb with watercress), husband and wife lung slices (beef tripes and tendons in szechuan spice ), szechuan gong cai (spicy veggie appetizer). Everything is tasty, flavorful, and spicy! But we saw that there are a lot other unique dishes that we simply must try -- lamb broth with noodle and bread, dumpling soup, special fish, etc! Plus there's special extra weekend dishes.
We already have a party of 3(young professionals) and we are looking to get 6-8 people to chow on a weekend (April 8-9 or 15-16) at noon. If interested please email me through my spam-proof email address at gmail. Looking for people with great interest in food (that's why we are all at this forum!)
Here's more info. It's a couple of blocks from Coolidge corner.
New Taste of Asia
1393 Beacon St., Brookline, 617-730-3888