This modest downtown storefront is Boston’s only outlet for Shaanxi cuisine. Stick to dishes numbered 1 to 10 on its short menu: flatbread sandwiches, soups, stews and noodle dishes with pork, beef or lamb. It’s hearty, savory food—add some brick-toned hot sauce for heat—made with great care for short money. The No. 9, cumin lamb topping noodles hand-pulled to order like so much taffy, might be the single most delicious plate of affordable comfort in the city.
Once upon a time, Tic Tacs and Slim Jims were the extent of “liquor store cuisine.”...
South Enders frequently carp about the neighborhood’s lack of quality cheap eats...
- 68 Aguadilla St., Boston
- (617) 266-0900