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Monday, September 17, 2007

Myers + Chang opens today


The new Asian place from Chris Myers (Radius, Via Matta, Great Bay) and Joanne Chang (Flour) opens for dinner tonight. On Washington Street in the South End, the not-so-creatively named Myers + Chang will serve snacks, dumplings, wok entrees, and more. (Note to website designer: It's spelled "Confucius.") The place looks great, with a lot of chrome, a bar, booths, a counter along the windows, and an open kitchen. The food is casual and sounds delicious; the most expensive thing on the menu is wild Alaskan salmon for $15. A baby banh mi is $5, Mama Chang's pork and chive pot stickers are $9, the grilled steak salad called tiger's tears is $10, as is beef pho. (Take that, Pho Republique -- the eponymous dish there costs $16, a too significant bump up from the $5.50 version at Sunrise in Dorchester.) For about 20 bucks, it looks like you could have a pretty nice feast. Bonus: Delivery is coming soon.
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