We began with their peanut noodles.
They were good, though I would have loved a bit more of a kick.
The next dish was my favorite: soft steam buns, folded around salty, fatty pork belly. We then shared homemade vegetable filled dumplings.
The filling was fresh and salty, though I think steaming them might have made it easier to appreciate the vegetables. The tamarind shrimp were even better with a topping of soy sauce.
The last dish, recommended by the waiter, was my other favorite: Indonesian fried rice or nasi goreng. This unusual dish consisted of rice that was blackened, covered with pork, fried shallots and spicy sauce.
On the side of Myers and Chang is a mini-patio with great seats for people watching on the edge of the South End. So, if you can, go on a glorious day (especially one that is paired with a walk through the great art galleries of the South End/ SoWa area.) And, better still-diagonally across the street is Ming's: a phenomenal Asian supermarket that, alone, is worth the trip to this end of Washington Street!
Myers and Chang, 1145 Washington St, Boston MA 02118, 617-542-5200