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In the style of so many Chinese and Indian restaurants in Greater Boston some Thai places offer lunchtime buffets. Has anyone any opinions concerning these? I saw one such buffet promoted by a plac...
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Boston has several major Asian markets. Mings in the South End has been a leading one for years. Mings opened a marvelous restaurant ajacent to the rear of its building. It is inexpensive, authenti...
Tanjore is a fairly recent offshoot of the Rangoli Indian Restaurant in Brighton. My wife and I ate there last night. The cuisine is varied and many dishes are identified as to the Indian region th...
My wife and I will be spending a week in Boston which will include Thanksgiving Day. We are from Long Island, New York and will be staying at the Marriott in Copely Square. We would like to go to a...
i'm new to chowhounds... what a find!
i'm a los angeleno temporarily (dis)located in boston
for the past four years, and i'm still stumbling my way
through this city, foodwise. my two main cravin...
Can anyone recommend a dining guide to Boston, a la
Jim Leff's Eclectic Guide? I'm looking for something
that can steer me towards good restaurants that Fodors
or the Rough Guide might pass over.
Can anyone recommend an authentic thai restaurant in Boston or the Boston area? I live near the much-lauded Brown Sugar, but their food, while pretty good, seems aimed at the local college/young p...
I just returned from a Thanksgiving holiday that included a couple days in Boston. I crammed as much eating in as I could (which unfortunately did not include a return trip to the fantastic Taiwan ...
Just came back from a long weekend in Boston. Was there for a bridge tournament, and exigencies sharply curtailed Chowhound explorations. I can come to one fundamental conclusion: whenever possi...
I'm headed to Boston and have reservations for brunch at Biba's. Worth it? Would other places be better or as good? I would also be happy to get other recommendations of all types. Thanks.
I just relocated from Austin,Texas and am looking for a laid-back place with good food and good beer (no frat crowds or Euro-trend please!)
I would truly appreciate any suggestions!
Thanks so much.
Some friends and I are going to be staying at the Marriott Copley for a convention that will impose some weird conditions on us:
1. Perhaps most limiting, we need to eat dinner between 5:00 p....
I've heard tell that Boston boasts better Dim Sum than New York (or Flushing). Is this true? Where is this heavenly Dim Sum located?
some friends of mine ate at Terramia 98 Salem st. north end/boston mass. they had one of those meals that have changed their lives?? anybody else been there?? thx
Phoebe's in Seekonk Mass. is a great place for Calarmari -on the RI Mass border so it serves fried calamari with sliced. sauteed banana peppers. choice of tartar sauce or marinara. It is Massachu...
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can anyone recommend a good place for *french* pastry
here in boston? ever since coming back from london i've
been having a serious craving for millefeuille (sp?)
layered with whipped cr...
what is it?
ok, so here's another question on the topic of
desserts. i'm trying to find a nice place to go with a
fairly large group of people for dessert in the east
cambridge/kendall square area. i had or...
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