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“Ginger Exchange”

Ginger Exchange at Symphony
Ranked #764 of 3,434 Restaurants in Boston
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Dining options: Reservations
Neighbourhood: Fenway / Kenmore
Reviewed 19 April 2017

If you're in the neighborhood, this is a great place to go for a good selection of Asian food. They have bao baos, sushi, sashimi, Korean rice dishes, Thai noodle bowls, and more on the menu, all of which my husband and I have always found tasty. We've only been in the restaurant in the lunch/early afternoon timeframe, but they're also great for delivery.

Thank Lisa T
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Reviewed 12 April 2017

Lucky to get a seat on a Friday night. Food was very dull and uninspiring. Karaoke was interesting. With so many Berkley students around, it was nice to hear some aspiring voices. A very loud place with lots of partying people. Great atmosphere if thats what you are going for. I ordered the Hot Stone Bibimbap with chicken. Rather dry, unless you get an egg on top. I did notice people getting lots of appetizers and sharing. Seems like the way to go.

Thank Susan W
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Reviewed 10 April 2017

This restaurant is across the street from Symphony Hall, so it is always crowded before a concert. It is also next door to the Huntington Theater and the New England Conservatory. Food is fine.

Thank BFBoston
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

We weren't able to get reservations at the Symphony Cafe, so tried Ginger Exchange and were pleased. I use Pad Thai as a test for the quality of Thai food, and very much enjoyed it here. When full the restaurant is quite noisy, but its popularity is a good sign.

Thank RockportBirder
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Reviewed 6 February 2017

We recently visited our nephew who attends Northeastern and he recommended this restaurant. The restaurant itself was very clean and fairly crowded - two good signs. Our party of five started out with shrimp and vegetable tempura and pan-seared dumplings, both of which were fresh and tasty. Our entrees were orange chicken and teriyaki chicken, which all enjoyed and which were large portions. They were also reasonably priced. Considering that our party ranged in age from 12 to age 50 and that everyone liked the food we will return when we are in the area.

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