Myers + Chang

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 14 publications
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Boston Globe

The mirrored walls at Myers + Chang are decorated in handwritten slogans that sound like a fortune cookie on acid; the hot-pink outline of a dragon unfurls across the windows.



Like any enfant terrible, chef Joanna Chang had her dessert first: At bakery and café Flour, she seduced Boston with sticky buns and homemade "Oreos." Her follow-up is this kitschy Asian...



Pink and orange dragon decals cover the windows of this all-day Chinese café, where Joanne Chang (of Flour fame) has returned to her familial cooking roots. Full review →


Frommer's 33

Try to come here with a group and explore the menu, which incorporates flavors and dishes from all over Asia. Full review →

The glass-walled room, on a busy South End corner, grows loud at night; eat during the day—the weekend dim sum brunch is a winner—if you don’t want to shout to be heard.

Gayot 13.0

Myers + Chang is a cheerfully slick, inexpensive Pan-Asian diner --- in short, just what the South End needed. Full review →


Lonely Planet Tick Top Choice

This super-hip Asian spot blends Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisines, which means delicious dumplings, spicy stir­-fries and oodles of noodles. Full review →


Not For Tourists

Fun Asian fusion. Full review →


On the Grid

The menu may read adventurous, but it never disappoints. The nasi goreng alone will have you coming back for more. Full review →


Rough Guide Tick Star

This “indie diner” with an open kitchen serves Asian fusion dishes, such as braised short-rib tacos with pear.


Tasting Table

This South End hangout borrows big flavors from China, Korea, Vietnam and more for non-traditional mashups like Szechuan shrimp and grits and fish tacos with kimchi salsa. Full review →


Time Out 70

Not to be confused with chain restaurant giant P.F. Changs, this hip South End gem serves Asian fusion cuisine from local culinary darling Joanne Chang and restaurateur Christopher Myers. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

Distinctive interpretations of Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai dishes like mu la lat wraps (lemongrass pork meatballs, lettuce and Thai basil) and a pork stir-fry with yellow chives. Full review →



This colorful eatery boasts an indie diner vibe and a soundtrack ranging from The Beach Boys to Jimi Hendrix Full review →


Zagat 4.2

"Creative", "beautifully prepared" small plates fuse the "essence of home-cooked Chinese" with "unique" Southeast Asian "flair". Full review →

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