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About Bistro Chi
Bistro Chi offers a range of Chinese menu items served in a welcoming atmosphere. Select from appetizers like boneless spare ribs, spring rolls, salt & pepper calamari and Taiwanese style pork dumplings as well as many other offerings designed to awaken your taste buds. Then choose one of Bistro Chai's many beef, pork, chicken or seafood dishes - perhaps the kung pao beef, king do pork, moo shoo chicken or seafood medley in tarot nest.
Bistro Chi also offers an extensive menu of rice and noodle dishes. Desserts are available too, including such delights as chocolate peanut butter pie and espresso mousse cake.
Quincy, MA 02169
Chinese, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily: 11:00AM - 4:00PM
Dinner: Daily: 4:00PM - 1:00AM
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer acoustic guitar nights, open mic nights, live bands, and djs.
There is plenty of off street parking. There is also a public parking lot on the side of the building. The first hour is free and each additional hour is $1.50.
Quincy Center Train Station
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Takeout, Wine
Bistro Chi Ratings and Reviews
Love Bistro Chi. Great restaurant - good atmosphere, nicely decorated and Absolutely delicious food. I go there often with friends, a great place to meet, grab a glass of wine pans food and chat over dinner. I rally like the fact that the management comes around to check in on how thing are and to see if we're enjoying the food and our dining experience. It's nice to see that they take interest in the customers experience. So many good restaurants don't take this interest, which is unfortunate. I live the fact that you can order from both the Kama menu and Bistro Chi- more variety to choose from, but we tend to stick with the Bistro Chi menu. Their hot and sour soup is very tasty indeed, my favorite.
The food is not tasty or authentic. It's bland and reminds me of canned Chinese food. You can also order from the Kama Lounge menu. (It's right next door.) The Kama Lounge menu is much better (and the only reason my rating is 3 stars), but it's small plates or appetizers meant to share over drinks. It doesn't lend itself to making a well-rounded meal. Bistro Chi is disappointing given how close Quincy is to Boston's Chinatown where you can find varied and delicious Chinese food.
The service was very good and the waitstaff was quick, attentive, and was able to describe menu items very well. The atmosphere was like eating in a box and it was a Chinese restaurant but not really. The Chinese food itself was not so good and there are many alternatives in Quincy.
Bistro Chi along with its bar side called Kama Lounge which both serve the same menu have pretty good Chinese food and absolutely fantastic tapas. They have the words best blue cheese fondue and so many other great choices. I highly recommend giving it a shot. The food is something different without being weird in any way. We eat here at least once a month and we travel 30 minutes from West Bridgewater to eat here.
My husband and I have been going to Bistro Chi for almost 2 years now. The place is great. It has a more upscale ambiance, but the mostly Chinese food menu is delicious and simple. The food is consistently tasty. The scallion pancake and soy sauce pan fried noodles are the best! We also love the fried milk dessert for those coconut lovers. They have a great drink list and different specials. Kama lounge is connected which has different entertainment depending on the night. The staff are laid back and attentive and fun. This is our favorite place for a date night or a dinner out with friends. We usually eat there once a week.
Bistro Chi is a small space but beautifully decorated. It can be challenging to find something "different" in Quincy and the upscale Chinese/tapas concept is a refreshing change. I went with a friend on a quiet Monday night. The more European-style small plates were OK but would like to give different ones a try on another visit. The seafood in a taro nest was SPECTACULAR! Extremely reasonable price for this large entree portion of scallops, squid and shrimp. Super-fresh and cooked perfectly with a very light sauce and some veggies. There was more than enough to share. I will be back!
The food was good, although nothing out of the ordinary. With the exception of one dish - salt and pepper short ribs (which people LOVED), the general consensus was that the food was okay - nothing better than you'd get from a fast food restaurant. What was extremely impressive was that Bistro Chi was able to gracefully accommodate a large group, which was celebrating a birthday, and who arrived staggered out in groups of one or two. Although a couple entrees came out too early, overall I'd say that the service was great.
My husband and I went here with our 22 month old for dinner. The waitress was extremely accommodating to the fact that we had a child with us, which made our meal so much more enjoyable. Also, the owner (i think?) came and introduced himself to us. The food was amazing and if we could afford to eat there every day, we would! The portions were huge, so we had more than enough to take home and have as dinner again the next night. We will definitely be going back sometime soon!
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