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Review: I Wish
Two elementary school brothers living in southern Japan are forced to live in different cities due to the estrangement of their parents.
The estrangement of two brothers
| May 25, 2012
Review: The Ginger Exchange
Out in Inman Square, there's a sleek Asian fusion eatery where Montien used to be.
Standout Asian fusion overcomes an identity crisis
| September 09, 2011
Review: Think Tank Bistrotheque
The owners have some very good ideas about food and drink — Southeast Asian treats are cool, and craft cocktails go better with them than wine does — but they have also produced some decisions that make the rest of us scratch our heads.
Southeast Asian treats among some head-scratchers
| August 19, 2011
Review: Red Lantern
Red Lantern's menu (and the design of the giant room) hedges its bets — there's a decent sushi bar, a drinking bar with sports on the TVs, a flurry of hot-pot tables, and some serious steaks.
Nostalgic fusion with so much for so many
| August 12, 2011
Review: Floating Rock
If summer brings an urge for spicy Asian food, this is a splendid place to get some, despite a few chili-pepper compromises.
Spicy Asian that rises above the rest
| July 29, 2011
Review: Tamarind House
Tamarind House perhaps shows too restrained a hand with its cuisine's boldest flavors, but it's a useful step up from the bowdlerized meekness of the suburban Thai run-of-the-mill.
A gentle step down from our fiercest traditional Thai restaurants
MC SLIM JB
| July 22, 2011
In economic times like these, the decision to invest in a nice dinner out is not to be taken lightly.
The elegant new Walter’s
| May 21, 2010
Luxury dining has long been associated with hotels, but hotel restaurants must walk the line.
Fine form and function at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel
| March 04, 2009
Dreaming of celluloid
Of the handful of contemporary Asian shows on view in and around Boston this winter, that of Dinh Q. Lê should prove unique — if only because the Vietnamese condition is so far removed from the rest of East Asia’s cultural boom.
Dinh Q. Lê and Christian Tomaszewski at Tufts
EVAN J. GARZA
| January 12, 2009
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