Empire Restaurant Massachusetts 2024 ( Prices + menu + location )

"Celebrate Diversity in Dining at Empire Restaurant"

Empire Restaurant Massachusetts Old-world China meets sleek modernity at this trendy clublike complex with multiple dining rooms.

Empire Restaurant Massachusetts

  • Rating of 5 stars: 4.3
  • pricing: $$$
  • Menu: click Here
  • Empire Restaurant Massachusetts phone number: +16172950001

Empire Restaurant Massachusetts

We booked a private room with Rebecca, who was extremely knowledgeable and gracious. Upon arrival our server David, greeted us by name at the door, showed us our room and was available throughout. We never had to wait or look for him. The timing given to each course was perfect. The menu we selected had plenty of food and was absolutely delicious.

Unfortunately, I was too busy to entertaining to remember to take pictures. I did however get a picture of the dessert platter and each one was divine. Every single person at the table enjoyed their meal and attentive service. The restaurant pleasantly accommodated allergies and a guest who was vegetarian with ease.

If we lived in Boston I would entertain here more frequently, a huge thank you to the team for making our celebration extraordinary.

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Incredible food, drinks and service. Great ambiance and music, it is not cheap, but it is worth it. Recommended to make reservations, specially if it’s a big party. The menu is Asian inspired and lots of variety from all across the Asian continent. Around midnight, it becomes into a nightclub, so you can star there, dance and drink, there’s good music.

Our first time there. Girls night out. The server was great. We were in the lounge area with our own little space $$$$$$$. Didn’t realize that there was a different menu for the lounge area and the restaurant area. Appetizers were actually better than the food. No chinese food menu in the lounge, we didn’t even realize there was chinese food. Drinks were good as well. We did have a great time dancing to the music. Would go back again to the restaurant area to see what that’s like.

An up scale Asian inspired interior with no detail spared, this place is atmosphere centric. Tons of seating with tables for 2 to 20 – even private side rooms for large groups and private events. Menu is great, with traditional dishes such as sushi, but also has items that are a departure from any typical Asian cuisine. Huge portions for the “main” dishes, big “party drinks” for 2 or more, and attentive service, there is nothing to dislike about this place. Dress to impress and be prepared to pay accordingly.

Great sushi, with an option to dine either indoors or outdoors. Dimmed lighting inside, though rather loud if you’re looking to come on a date. The water is quite expensive though- $12 for a bottle of Fiji water, though it’s a good palette cleanser. The Viper sushi entree is great.

Good restaurant for splurging a little at without terribly breaking your bank.

This is without a doubt my favorite restaurant in Boston! I’ve been here four times already and I’ll keep coming back. I try different things each time I come, and they never ever disappoint. This time around I tried the chicken teriyaki appetizer for the first time and it was amazing. Highly recommend. The food, the service and the ambiance are all top notch. I love it!

If you are looking for an upscale Asian restaurant that has a modern vibe, this is the place. They have an exceptional selection of food that has fulfilling taste and incredible sauces that amplify the overall quality of the food. The interior decor was outstanding with Asian culture designed around its massive space. Our server Tom(Bryan) was very helpful with our food selection and recommendations for what to get to eat/drink. If you want your night to end very well, get the Baked Alaskan dessert.

basant Mamdouh

Basant Mamdouh is a dedicated content writer with a passion for exploring and reviewing restaurants and cafes in the United States of America. With a keen eye for detail and a love for culinary experiences, Basant thrives on capturing the essence of dining establishments and sharing her insights with a broader audience.

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