An Understanding of Millennial Asian Taste, at Hupo

“This is bad to broadcast, but, for Hupo, COVID was at first a curse and then, well, an opportunity,” the thirty-one-year-old Jiawen Zhu said of the Sichuanese eatery he co-owns, which opened not long before the pandemic first besieged New York, in March, 2020. As many other Chinese restaurants shuttered, Zhu worked with a skeletal crew of three to keep the doors open. It likely helped, he said, that Hupo is situated in Long Island City, where a fivefold increase in Asian residents in the past decade has transformed the neighborhood. “When something as strange and destabilizing as a pandemic happens, you want to find the familiar,” Zhu remarked. At Hupo, a few solid culinary standbys offer the assurance that “even if the sky falls, Sichuanese will still be here.”

Chongqing roasted fish (above) arrives a shade of rusted crimson, under a sheath of peppers and cilantro, steeped in what
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Boston Restaurant & Bar Openings to Look Forward to in 2022

Mamaleh's Delicatessen

It’s high time we had something to look forward to, and nothing excites us more than pending restaurant openings. Our city’s intrepid restaurateurs are forging ahead with a slew of new openings over the next few months, and we’ll also see some big-name celebrity chefs arrive in Boston this year.

As we’ve come to expect, the offerings will be eclectic and varied: an Asian street food eatery, a fun Peruvian restaurant in Cambridge, a Nashville-inspired comfort spot, a patisserie from a celeb-beloved chef, and more are all expected to open later this year. So get excited, and check out these 11 Boston restaurants that we can’t wait to try.

Address: 253 Tremont Street, Theater District
Opening date: January 17
Jason Bond always knows how to party—and we sure could use a party right about now. The chef and owner transformed his former Abby Lane space into a two-story, Nashville-inspired

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Banana Banana Bread

A platform for experimenting with new flavors and dishes, as well as parts of service, design and décor. Not all fats had been created equal. Trans and saturated fats fall under the “bad” class, as each can improve inflammation in the physique. Largeman-Roth recommends avoiding trans fats by cutting out deep-fried and packaged meals that contain partially hydrogenated oils. “Saturated fats are found in meat, dairy, and sure desserts, so it is smart to eat those meals in moderation,” she provides.

Chinese language Recipes- In a country where the standard solution to greet someone translates to ‘have you ever eaten but?’ (ni chile ma), be rest assured, the meals will likely be extraordinary. China has the preferred culinary heritage on the planet. The historical past of their delicacies dates back to about one thousand years with assorted cooking types, strategies and substances that have evolved over time.

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