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Bubor Cha Cha

2 2 Stars

Cuisine: Fusion, fusion, Malaysian - Price: $7 to $18

45 Beach St, Boston

This room, done up in a mock Trader Vic style with plasma TVs, doesn’t have a promising look. Some of the food was uneven in... READ MORE

Golden Leaf

1 1 Stars

Cuisine: Malaysian

20 Hudson St, Chinatown

Not the greatest Malaysian restaurant ever in Boston, but possibly the prettiest, and you can... READ MORE

Island Hopper

1 1 Stars

Cuisine: Asian, Thai, Chinese, Malaysian - Price: $9 to $20

91 Mass Ave, Back Bay

A pretty room with an eager-to-please attitude and a bewildering pan-Asian menu. The core is... READ MORE

Pearl Villa


Cuisine: Chinese, Malaysian

25-27 Tyler St, Chinatown

Superb South Chinese and Malaysian food are the attractions in this small but serious restaurant.... READ MORE


1 1 Stars

Cuisine: Malaysian

685-681 Washington St, Chinatown

If you’ve been hesitating about Malaysian food, hesitate no more. Penang is as much fun... READ MORE



Cuisine: Asian, Chinese, Malaysian

108 Oak St, Chinatown

Soya's claims to honor seven Asian cuisines, but is basically a Malaysian menu with Thai... READ MORE

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