Xinh Xinh in Chinatown Is Closing; May Open in New Location
A highly-rated Vietnamese restaurant in Boston's Chinatown that is known in part as being an industry favorite is shutting down, and it looks like its closure stems from a conflict with the landlord.
Eater Boston is reporting that Xinh Xinh is saying farewell to its home on Beach Street on May 26, saying in a Facebook note that "Due to irreconcilable differences with the landlord, we have been forced to move out of our current location in Chinatown and relocate." The note also thanks its customers for their support, patronage, and friendship over the years, and tells people to stay tuned for an announcement of a new location for the eatery.
Xinh Xinh, which has been in business for approximately a decade, offers authentic Vietnamese fare at reasonable prices and has received high marks for its food over the years. One restaurant critic--MC Slim JB--once said in an article for the now-defunct Boston Phoenix, "Xinh Xinh delivers my favorite Vietnamese-restaurant experience in town."
The address for Xinh Xinh is 7 Beach Street, Boston, MA, 02111.
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