One thing you may not know is that Boston boasts the third largest Chinatown in the United States. While there are plenty of places in Boston's gritty downtown Chinatown where you can pick apart Peking duck or dive into sweet and sour pork, Shōjō is not that kind of spot.
Gaijin, which translates from Chinese to "improve," focuses heavily on reinventing flavors from Northern Asia. There are elements of Northern Chinese, Korean and Japanese influence sprinkled across Gaijin's menu. Owners Tomi Björck and Matti Wikberg both have established careers in... Continue Reading →
With a population that hovers around 200,000 people, a tiny place might be the perfect way to describe Hobart, Tasmania. Nestled inside Hobart's historic Battery Point suburb, like a culinary matryoshka or a Russian nesting doll, you'll find A Tiny... Continue Reading →