Chilli Duck | Back Bay Boston, MA

quick lunch near work with a friend. chilli duck offers a very limited lunch menu unlike thai basil on newbury st, but i believe the quality and freshness of the ingredients are better. relatively fast service for lunch. ugh i love thai food.

Drunken Noodles Stir-fried flat rice noodles with seafood, egg, bamboo shoots and assorted vegetables in a Thai spicy basil sauce.
seafood was relatively fresh. nicely flavored with pleasant basil fragrance. texture of the noodles was on point. just the right amount of oiliness.
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Pad-Med-Prik-Thai-On
Stir-fried with chicken, bell peppers, basil leaves, rhizome and young pepper corns in a hot chili sauce.
chicken wasnt as tender as i would like them to be. appreciated the spiciness and richness of the sauce. somehow tasted more like curry but i didnt mind it. sweet and milky while still a savory dish overall. so satisfying over rice. in fact im not even sure if this was what i originally ordered Pad-Med-Prik-Thai-On. oh well
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thai iced tea- tasted a little funky.
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Chilli Duck
829 Boylston St
(between Gloucester St & Fairfield St)
Boston, MA 02116
Neighborhood: Back Bay

(617) 236-5208
chilliduckthai.info

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6 thoughts on “Chilli Duck | Back Bay Boston, MA

  1. Fantastic food photos as always. Makes me want to come to Boston on a “food tour”.
    BTW, like the black background of your theme. It really makes your photos pop even more.

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