The inside of Bubor Cha Cha is festive to say the least (think: Chinese restaurant meets Hawaiian tiki hut). The dim sum is very reminiscent of what you see in Hong Kong and includes sweet treats like the molten custard bun, which is actually molten here as opposed to the pasty imposters of many other dim sum restaurants.
Sure, you're out of Chinatown at New China Pearl, but you still get all the varieties. Even though it’s a little north of Boston, it’s right off 93 and there’s a full (free!) parking lot. So if you're looking to get the shu mai, har gao, egg tarts, and pork baos, well, it’s all here. Another plus is that you're able to dine in a pretty large dining space as opposed to the big dim sum houses in Chinatown.
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