Best Chinese restaurants nearby. Discover the best Chinese food in Wellesley. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Chinese restaurants near you.. Wellesley /ˈwɛlzliː/ is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Wellesley is part of Greater Boston. The population was 27,982 at the time of the 2010 census. In 2008, Wellesley had the 3rd highest median household and family incomes in all of Massachusetts. In 2018, data from the American Community Survey revealed that Wellesley was the 7th wealthiest city in the United States. It is best known as the home of Wellesley College, Babson College, and a campus of Massachusetts Bay Community College.
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4 based on 43 reviews
Food is incredibly fresh and you don't feel like you are eating unhealthy fried food. Great sushi and all the entrees are great. And they deliver further in Natick than anyone else.
4 based on 78 reviews
Nice little spot serving very traditional Taiwanese food. They have a large selection of meat, fish, vegetable, and noodle dishes, as well as more unique street-style foods that are really interesting to try. I like the scallion pancake rolls, steamed vegetable dumplings, and noodle dishes. The staff is usually pretty nice and give good recommendations on foods to try.
4 based on 28 reviews
You have to love all the people raving about how "authentic" it is--very few of whom have a clue where Shaanxi is, much less what people eat there. I've been in Shaanxi, but far too briefly to be able to comment whether this place is authentic or not.What I can tell you for certain is that the style and flavor is remarkably different from other Chinese places in the area, from the excellent Sichuan Gourmet and dim sum places all the way down. Local Chinese come here to eat noodles, dumplings, and especially the "burgers," which are sandwiched on a central-China steam-roasted flat bun. The noodles are hand-pulled, so they say, and I do think they've got that bouncy quality.The food is good, the flavors remarkable and unusual (much more sour, for one thing, as in Hunan), and the prices excellent. My only objection is that sometimes they clearly alter their food for roundeyes like me. This is not a guess, by the way: unbeknownst to the management, I speak decent Mandarin, and I was therefore able to get a definite visual comparison between the "hot and spicy hand-pulled noodles" I was eating and those being eaten by a Chinese customer nearby. Surprise surprise, hers were a quite different color, and mine were somewhat bland and sweet.I don't know what you do about this problem, honestly. I guess you could say, "Please, can I have the dishes the way you would eat them yourself, not dumbed-down for stupid white people?" But I don't know if it'd work.IF YOU ARE ON THE MANAGEMENT, please take note. Serve the same food to everyone. You don't know who's eating at your place. I'm not the only non-Chinese who speaks Mandarin, after all. What you should do is ASK: "that's traditionally very spicy, is that okay, or would you like it a little toned down?"I hope they get the message and stop hiding, because done honestly, this place deserves to be known widely.
3 based on 41 reviews
While on a visit to Olin College in Needam, Mass., we stopped for lunch at The Wok in Wellesley, Mass. Although the outside of the restaurant is unimpressive, the inside is quite comfortable and nicely laid out. The food was good but quite different from the Chinese American food I am used to eating in New York or SE Florida. For one thing, there was far less seasoning in the dishes, especially salt. To perk up the egg drop soup, I added some hot chili oil. That improved the taste. Massachusetts Chinese restaurants serve dark brown lobster sauce. This menu offered the option of a light sauce that they called NY style. It was not like anything I had seen before. The fried rice was so brown that it looked like food dye was added ( I donât say it was, only that it looked like it). On the positive side, their egg rolls were excellent. The service was very fast and efficient. Overall, not a bad choice for a lunch stop.
4 based on 69 reviews
Not sure what has happened to this restaurant lately as service was terrible as others have experienced. Meals were served quickly however server literally started removing our plates before we had completed our meals. So awkward. We told her we were still eating and she left in a huff. Our last experience was so terrible we wonât be returning.
4 based on 74 reviews
We were in the area and ready for an early dinner. On the suggestion of a colleague we tried C.K. Shanghai, and were glad we did. Not being connoisseurs of Chinese cuisine, we stuck to the things we knew (chicken with peanuts, and fried rice). It was very good and we had a pleasant leisurely experience throughout. My companion and I will definitely find another reason to be in the area again, just so we can come back and try other menu options.
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