I am a giving person, quick to share my heart with almost anyone. There are three words that I’m quick to dispense to say that I place in someone my trust, my memories, and my secrets.
I’m about to say those three words to you.
Nice. Green. Bo.
Way down in Chinatown, Nice Green Bo is a well-guarded secret. When I bring a new friend there, they almost always walk past the door which, ironically, is plastered with reviews proclaiming it the best-kept secret Chinese restaurant. Go figure.
There are three qualities that define a good Chinese restaurant. A good restaurant will have good food, or large portions, or low prices. A great restaurant can have any two of those.
Nice Green Bo has ALL THREE. AT THE SAME TIME.
There are three other words that unlock the secret to happiness that I share only with those closest to me that can change the nature of our relationship forever: Pan-Fried Noodles.
One order of Pan-Fried Noodles is enough for two – how romantic! Sharing a plate of noodles with a special someone – like a weird Chinatown Lady and the Tramp. Fact: I brought my mother to Nice Green Bo back in September, and she’s been trying to find and or make Pan-Fried Noodles ever since then.
Nice Green Bo & Pan-Fried Noodles: I love you.
66 Bayard Street (between Elizabeth & Mott)