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Dish, South End

alex | Mar 17, 2003 02:30 PM

Went to Dish on Saturday evening, after Franklin cafe told us the wait would be an hour and a half. We were seated immediately at Dish. It was quiet and the lighting and setup were warm and comfortable. Had steamed octopus in a tangy, somewhat spicy, clear sauce and chicken satay skewers with a ton of peanut sauce to go with them, as well as lots of shredded cabbage. 2 had baby spinach salads as well, one with goat cheese and baby arugula which my one bite of was great; fresh and clean tasting. I had pumpkin ravioli with sage cream sauce which was a bit sweet for my taste but well done and very filling. Another that I had a few bites of was lamb with tabbouleh and mint/yogurt sauce, but it was at once nutty and creamy, helped by chopped pistachios. Other two had fish which I didn't try but they said were very good.
All entrees were under 20$ and since I have no complaints I think this is a definte place to return to and recommend! PS They serve beer and wine/saki but no other liquor; so if you ask they'll make you a sake-tini.

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