Myers + Chang is one of the most popular restaurants in Boston, with Joanne Chang's Asian-inspired small plates. I finally made it there for brunch with a group of friends. Since there was a vegetarian mong us, we ordered the Wok-roasted wild mushroom omelet ($7)
We also got two different dumplings: Mama Chang's Pork and Chive ($6) and edamame wasabi ($6)
Surprisingly, I actually liked the vegetarian edamame gyozas better. The pork dumplings were good but the edamame wasabi is more special and unique. Just like the mushroom omelet earlier, I enjoyed the vegetarian dishes here quite a bit.
Fried Egg Banh Mi with soy glazed bacon ($8)
Nasi Goreng (Indonesian fried rice) with pork, shrimp, pineapple, farm egg ($8)
First of all, this was a nice bowl of fried rice - but pineapple fried rice isn't really Indonesian, IMHO. Well, since there's no Indonesian restaurant that I can find in Boston, I have to enjoy what I can get.
Braised pork belly bao ($5)
On the other hand, we enjoyed the Hakka Eggplant ($7)
The interior at Myers and Chang is casual and fun, a nice place for a day out with friends.
Myers + Chang
1145 Washington St
Boston, MA 02118