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Quan's Kitchen - 10 Reviews - 1026 Commonwealth Ave, Newton Center, MA - Direct Selling Businesses Reviews - Phone (617) 232-7617

Quan's Kitchen

1026 Commonwealth Ave (at Babcock Street)
Newton Center, MA 02459
(617) 232-7617
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Gross, unauthentic Never order from here

Editorial review from GrubHub 3/6/2014

by An at GrubHub Provided by GrubHub
Alright food, cheap more

Editorial review from GrubHub 11/4/2013

Gross, unauthentic Never order from here more

Editorial review from GrubHub 8/17/2013

by Yue at GrubHub Provided by GrubHub
The chicken wings were not cooked through and the restaurant refused to do anything when customers complained through Grubhub. more

Editorial review from GrubHub 6/7/2013

Eh. Fried rice was really mushy and the beef w/ broccoli just The egg roll and the chicken fingers were very tasty, but the duck sauce also tasted strange. The delivery was extremely prompt, on the bright side. more

not as bad as the other reviews 3/29/2009

I think this is the best chinese in the Boston area. The prices are very reasonable and portion size fairly large. I got an assortment and enjoyed everything except for the sweet and sour sause. It was a bit strange, kinda tasted like ketchup. Everything else is far superior to other chinese in Boston. It's possible they spruced things up after the terrible reviews. Definitly recommend! Pros: fried rice Cons: sweet and sour sause more

Pro: Delivery Con: About Everything Else 8/18/2008

Not sure how to start without sounding like I have a personal vendetta against this place...but this place is REALLY bad. We ordered a wide range of foods: dumplings, beef with snow peas, spare ribs, pork lo mein, and general gau's chicken. I wish there was a highlight...but there wasn't. The dumplings were wrapped in an ultra thick dumpling wrapper. Spare ribs flavorless. General Gau's chicken disappointing. Etc., ,etc. Pros: Delivery Cons: Food more

Open Late 6/20/2008

The orange-flavored beef was mostly edible. As for the wonton soup, I found a bum who had just dug a half-eaten hot dog out of the garbage. I traded my fresh wonton soup for his half-eaten hot dog. After tasting the soup, he became enraged and washed his mouth out with gutter water. Pros: open late, nice delivery guy Cons: food is bad. more

The Only Place by BU to get Decent Chinese Food 11/26/2006

In general, the Chinese food in Boston is terrible, even in China Town. I do not know why, but Quan's kitchen is a mediocre place to find decent Chinese in the BU area. Pros: good value more

Cheap, greasy and good. 9/2/2002

The food is cheap, it's greasy and it's pretty darn good. The fried shrimp appetizer was crunchy-good and the brisket soup was a-o-k. The scallion pancakes were fabulous. The entrees were...not great, but I'd go back and try something different. We had the sesame chicken (yuck) and the schezuan shrimp (a heaping portion of peantus with one or two hidden mini-shrimp) was blahh. Stick to the fried food and kiss a year of your life goodbye. more
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Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 11am-2am
  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa, American Express, Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Allston, Allston-Brighton, Newton