Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Hulun Beir in Boston's Beacon Hill Expanding to Somerville and (Possibly) Malden

by Marc Hurwitz

An international group of Mongolian barbecue/hot pot restaurants whose first U.S. location is in the heart of Boston may expand to two other locations in the local area.

Eater Boston is reporting that Hulun Beir on Cambridge Street in Beacon Hill is planning to open on Holland Street in Somerville's Davis Square along with another at an undisclosed space in Malden. The website for the business shows no mention of the Somerville outlet, but it does say that the Malden restaurant is currently under construction. Based on the menu at the Boston location of Hulun Beir, expect to see such items as BBQ shrimp, lamb kebabs, chicken wings, pork sausage, seafood hot pot, picked cabbage hot pot, fish dumplings, pork meat pie, scallion pancakes, beef noodle soup, and more at the upcoming dining spots.

Another location of Hulun Beir can be found in Pasadena, CA, while others are located overseas.

The website for Hulun Beir can be found at

[November 30 update: Based on a Facebook post from the Davis Square Facebook group, it appears that Hulun Beir may be moving into the Taipei Tokyo space, as the latter looks like it is now closed for good and while the original address listed for Hulun Beir was 5 Holland Street, Taipei Tokyo is at 7 Holland Street and no commercial property appears to be listed for 5 Holland Street.]

[July 2, 2018 update: A new post from the Davis Square Facebook group page shows that a sign is now up for Hulun Beir and that its address is indeed 7 Holland Street. (No updates are available on the Malden location, though the restaurant's website still says that it is on the way.)]

[August 2 update: Eater Boston states that Hulun Beir is now open in Davis Square.]

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