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Boston Restaurant Blog -- November, 2006

Sunday, November 12, 2006

Quincy Dynasty: Another Good Restaurant in Quincy

After hearing about several decent Chinese restaurants in Quincy, we ended up making a trip to the North Quincy neighborhood to try one of them. It turned out to be a good choice, as the Quincy Dynasty served up some terrific dishes.

Quincy Dynasty is a comfortable, spacious dining spot just off the main road in North Quincy. There are several Chinese restaurant within a block or two of the restaurant, but Quincy Dynasty seemed to be the largest and most comfortable of them all. We ordered a mix of authentic and Americanized dishes, including hot and sour soup (outstanding), minced chicken with rice and garlic (also excellent), and Szechuan spicy chicken (not quite as good, as the sauce was rather bland). Perhaps the best item we had were the scallion pancakes, which were meaty and delicious, yet weren't greasy like so many scallion pancakes at Chinese restaurants are.

We may end up featuring Quincy Dynasty on the Boston's Hidden Restaurants site at some point, but I want to try some of their other dishes before deciding on this. Also, I really want to try their dim sum, too, which looks pretty interesting.

If you are looking for the address for Quincy Dynasty, here it is: Quincy Dynasty, 47-49 Billings Road, Quincy, MA 02171. The phone number is (617) 328-3288.

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Gail M. said:
Living a block away, this restaurant is one of many that I have visited frequently. I agree with your review; however, try the Saturday buffet - it includes some terrific dishes, including some (limited) sushi maki rolls. I haven't made it to the Sunday Dim Sum yet, but plan to in the near future.
Posted on 9/10/07

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