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China Pearl of Boston



9 Tyler Street
Boston, MA 02111

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(617) 426-4338

Hours

  • Sunday: 8:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Monday: 8:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 8:30 am - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 8:30 am - 11:00 pm

Cuisine: Chinese Food Restaurants

View more restaurants at exit 21 (16.5) on I-93.


4.4 of 5.0 from 28 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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China Pearl of Boston Reviews

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  • Kookie Kooktripe is the best

    55555 by Kookie Kook


  • David BAll the dim sum standards: pork buns, siu mai, har gao, shrimp noodle rolls. Similar to hei la moon, though, some friends complained about the msg levels here. Didn't bother me!

    33333 by David B


  • Jen S.Rip off on the dim sum pricing. They charge small dishes as mediums. Better off going to Hei La Moon nearby.

    22222 by Jen S.


  • Minnie KimDim sum brunch done right. Hectic at brunch time so you will probably have to wait to be seated, but totally worth it! Great experience.

    55555 by Minnie Kim


  • Arc B.UVBzgzbsessszczmea mavivjivb bujbji Bibb

    55555 by Arc B.


  • JP AmolatBest Sunday dimsum in the city. Never ending parade of goodies in every cart. Come hungry as you need room in your belly to try everything out

    55555 by JP Amolat


  • Serious EatsThis classic dim sum palace fills up quickly on the weekends. Come early, or up a custard bun at nearby Hing Shing Pastry to hold you over.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Ned P.Dim Sum! Having a Chinese speaker in your group is not essential but a big help. Huge space - excellent for sizeable gatherings - small ones too.

    55555 by Ned P.


  • Jen K.Has all the dim sum musts: clams in black bean sauce, A&P shrimp with heads on, chicken feet, and tripe with ginger. CAUTION: arrive by 1pm. Food is fresher & hotter then.

    55555 by Jen K.


  • BeccaService here sucks now go to imperial!

    22222 by Becca


  • Melissa G.Come before 12nn on weekends or else you'll have to wait in line.

    55555 by Melissa G.


  • Stephanie N.pork buns, fried taro

    55555 by Stephanie N.


  • Yevgen K.the buffet (carts with dim sum) is awesome. otherwise average

    55555 by Yevgen K.


  • BU TodayA terrific place for authentic Chinese Dim Sum. Your waiter might not speak English, but pointing at what you want from their cart works just fine and doesn't detract from the succulence!

    55555 by BU Today


  • Phu M.Best Dim Sum in Boston. Been coming here for over 20 years and it never disappoints!

    55555 by Phu M.


  • Kruti P.A little greasy, stick to the steamed items. But definitely get the taro balls or radish...er...cake?

    55555 by Kruti P.


  • Kevin W.Normally nothing to rave about but probably the best dim sum in Boston.

    55555 by Kevin W.


  • Dawn S.This place looks shady

    55555 by Dawn S.


  • Cody W.There is an elevator at the bank behind china pearl and wheelchair people could eat on second floor

    33333 by Cody W.


  • Nicole L.Get there early!

    55555 by Nicole L.


  • John S.The BEST pork buns

    55555 by John S.


  • Emily G.Great food. Great service!

    55555 by Emily G.


  • Reinny C.Big dimsum place, yumm!

    55555 by Reinny C.


  • Tim K.Excellent food and extremely nice and polite staff. A must visit in Chinatown

    55555 by Tim K.


  • Zach b.It's all about the shrimp balls

    33333 by Zach b.


  • Nick C.BBQ pork buns!!!

    55555 by Nick C.


  • mayumiuraFine dim sum lunch under $15 per person. No wheelchair accessibility to the dining floor.

    33333 by mayumiura


  • Patrick W.Don't go here if you don't like Chinese food.

    33333 by Patrick W.


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