Beijing Cafe

★★★★☆
  • 728 Commonwealth Avenue

    Boston, MA 02215

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  • 617-859-3925

About Beijing Cafe

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Saturday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM Sunday 11:30 AM - 11:00 PM

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BEST crab rangoons ever!! I also like their lunch and dinner combos - it's cheap and has a good portion.

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★★★★☆

BEST crab rangoons ever!! I also like their lunch and dinner combos - it's cheap and has a good portion.

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Ate at Beijing Cafe for lunch. Had their lunch combo, which was a little over $5 something for General Gao's chicken. The price can't be beat, but the food is average. Chicken had bits of fat on it. Spring roll was alright. I might eat here again if I had to, but I'd prefer the Super 88 asian food a few blocks away.

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★★★☆☆

Ate at Beijing Cafe for lunch. Had their lunch combo, which was a little over $5 something for General Gao's chicken. The price can't be beat, but the food is average. Chicken had bits of fat on it. Spring roll was alright. I might eat here again if I had to, but I'd prefer the Super 88 asian food a few blocks away.

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Beijing Cafe has very reasonable prices, but the quality of the food is not very good. I had a lunch special here, which came with soup, fried rice, and an entree. However, the food was too salty and was not prepared well so the fact that it was cheap did not compensate. It is a very average Chinese restaurant and much better can be found in Boston.

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★★☆☆☆

Beijing Cafe has very reasonable prices, but the quality of the food is not very good. I had a lunch special here, which came with soup, fried rice, and an entree. However, the food was too salty and was not prepared well so the fact that it was cheap did not compensate. It is a very average Chinese restaurant and much better can be found in Boston.

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The delivery takes awhile, but the food is fine if you're on a budget and want some pretty good food!

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★★★☆☆

The delivery takes awhile, but the food is fine if you're on a budget and want some pretty good food!

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This place kicks. So so good. I can't stop going. On top of being some of the least expensive chinese food I've ever encountered, it is far and beyond the best chinese food I've had so far in boston. Here's the scoop - lots of chinese restaurants do one or two dishes good right? I usually order the same thing at other restaurants because I dont want to order something nasty. Well this place does EVERYTHING great. I'm trying dishes I've never ever dared try anywhere else - and everytime without exception this place hits it out of the park. Best general gau's chicken in boston by a long shot. I've had nothing else even comparable.

Are you a texture person? Like your carrots and onions and green peppers cut thinly in long strips. Like the chicken in thin long strips too. This place is amazing on tecture. You're not going to find chunks of green pepper and onions so big they don't cook right. Try the garlic chicken for an entirely new experience on the norm. I'm telling you - out of this world.

They're so nice inside, especially if you become a regular. This is not a restaurant to go to for ambiance. Its so fun though - if you can handle less than fancy, this little hole in the wall will keep you coming back night after night. I don't know what I'd do without them

2
★★★★★

This place kicks. So so good. I can't stop going. On top of being some of the least expensive chinese food I've ever encountered, it is far and beyond the best chinese food I've had so far in boston. Here's the scoop - lots of chinese restaurants do one or two dishes good right? I usually order the same thing at other restaurants because I dont want to order something nasty. Well this place does EVERYTHING great. I'm trying dishes I've never ever dared try anywhere else - and everytime without exception this place hits it out of the park. Best general gau's chicken in boston by a long shot. I've had nothing else even comparable.

Are you a texture person? Like your carrots and onions and green peppers cut thinly in long strips. Like the chicken in thin long strips too. This place is amazing on tecture. You're not going to find chunks of green pepper and onions so big they don't cook right. Try the garlic chicken for an entirely new experience on the norm. I'm telling you - out of this world.

They're so nice inside, especially if you become a regular. This is not a restaurant to go to for ambiance. Its so fun though - if you can handle less than fancy, this little hole in the wall will keep you coming back night after night. I don't know what I'd do without them

Pros: cheap AND delicious - can't go wrong

Cons: haven't found any yet

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This classic basement dive on Comm Ave is greatly beloved by BU students. The General Gau's Chicken is always in high demand and, judging by how many people order it, is the unofficial house specialty. Like most dishes here, it's not consistent, but on a good day it's tangy, sweet, and crispy - some of the best I've had. Great lunch specials as well. Don't expect authenticity: if that's what you want, hop the Green Line to Babcock (Victoria Seafood Restaurant) or to Boylston (walk to Chinatown); but for "bad" Chinese food in the BU area, this place is hard to beat.

2
★★★★☆

This classic basement dive on Comm Ave is greatly beloved by BU students. The General Gau's Chicken is always in high demand and, judging by how many people order it, is the unofficial house specialty. Like most dishes here, it's not consistent, but on a good day it's tangy, sweet, and crispy - some of the best I've had. Great lunch specials as well. Don't expect authenticity: if that's what you want, hop the Green Line to Babcock (Victoria Seafood Restaurant) or to Boylston (walk to Chinatown); but for "bad" Chinese food in the BU area, this place is hard to beat.

Pros: Isolated basement atmosphere (good for studying in the off-hours or clustering with friends), cheap (esp. great lunch specials), good food

Cons: Inconsistent food, a bit dreary, some of the staff don't speak English well

 

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