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A lifestyle blog with a focus on my food adventures

IMG_0875We were wandering around looking for things to do, and decided to drop by Blue Dragon for lunch. We’ve been meaning to get in here, but the wait on a Friday or Saturday night can be long – and they don’t take reservations.

IMAG0102The place has a good sprinkling of people – a bunch of couples at two tops and one larger party of 6 sitting at a high top grabbing some afternoon drinks. We grab two seats at the counter facing the windows just as lunch is starting to wind down. Our waitress is super friendly and on top of our water from the moment we sit down.

IMG_0866We start with the pork and scallion wontons ($8) which were delicious, although a little hard to grab with my chopsticks (I think I’d better brush up on my skills). They were excellent, well season and the wonton skins were impossibly thin.

IMG_0868Next up was the Korean beef reuben with fresh kimchee slaw on Iggy’s rye bread served with white sweet potato chips ($13). A really delicious sandwich, not sure I can ever go back to a traditional reuben again!

IMG_0873The house ramen ($12) was a pork ramen in a really silky smooth broth – much too much food for me to eat in one sitting! Glad we finally had a chance to stop in and see what we had been missing.


Blue Dragon

324 A Street, Boston, MA

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