Boston first authentic Dian cuisine. 波士顿的第一家滇菜餐厅，主打特色滇菜系列菜品.
The restaurant’s origin story begins in Brighton. Five years and oodles of loyal customers later, the tiny noodle shop has set up a more ambitious restaurant in the former Equator space. This is not Americanized Chinese comfort fare—and hurray for that. Yunnan, or Dian, cuisine leans heavily on ancient cooking methods and ingredients: Fried Pea Jelly, Sizzling Braised Chicken in a Clay Pot, Boiled Fish Filet in Chili Oil, and Stir-Fried Udon Noodles. If you really must, you can dip a toe in the “classics menu” with dishes like Garlic Shrimp and Beef with Broccoli, but why play it safe when you can explore a new Chinese province on your plate?