Shojo

Asian
$ $
9 Tyler St (Kneeland St & Beach St)
Boston, MA 02111
(617) 423-7888
Monday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Tuesday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday
5:30pm - 11:00pm
Thursday
11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
11:00am - 1:00am
Saturday
11:00am - 1:00am

Tips

  • Despite the confusing signage the restaurant is actually on the first floor. If you go to the top floor they will act like they've never heard of the lower part and tell you to leave.
  • Delicious drinks and food, cool atmosphere, with fun 90s and early 2000's music. Win.
  • Suckling pig bao. Yes.
  • Calamari and taro tots are winners.
  • Small portions of appetizers and entrees! Don't go thinking it's anything like Chinatown! However, good buzz, nice cocktails and good presentation of food! They've attempted to make it an upscale bar!
  • Hangar steak = 8>
  • Get the suckling pig bao
  • A fantastic addition to the Chinatown bar/restaurant scene! The duck fat fries are to DIE for, and their cocktails are fantastic!
  • Food is excellent - especially dumplings and ribs. Very very loud. No need to talk when your mouth is full. Also only one bathroom for each gender. Beware.
  • Sesame charred greens and miso hungry ramen, a match made in heaven.
  • Ribs are phenomenal!
  • Hipster Asian tapas. Very good selection (hard to choose), and good service. Also enjoyed the cocktails. Go for shishitos, pork dumplings and steamed chicken sandwich. Can actually skip friend rice
  • Salt n pepper calamari & Kimchee fried rice
  • The Reiko Greene, gin gin mule, kamehameha, fulong blood & sand, morning star, yakuza old fashioned: A+. The shadowless fries and tiger style ribs are so, so, good.
  • Green beans with pesto
  • Shadowless duck fat fries are one of the greatest things you can put in your mouth. Love the reiko green & yakuza old fashioned. Fantastic bartenders & atmosphere. Wish the clientele were more diverse
  • Great Asian fusion in a cool setting. Get the favourites on the menu.
  • bao buns. thats all i need to say.
  • Only place where you can find BAO. Love it. My favorite place to eat in Boston.
  • A little noisy. Good drinks. Kimchi Rice

Nearby places

8 Tyler St (btwn Beach & Kneeland St)
279 Tremont St (btwn Oak St & Stuart St)
246 Tremont St (at Stuart St.)