Brown Sugar Cafe is an acclaimed Thai eatery in the city. A pot of sweet brown sugar graces every table, the menu is huge and the service is friendly. This cozy neighborhood place, which serves beer and wine, is known for its country pad Thai and drunken noodles. Seafood dishes include salmon choo chee and the fisherman madness - a spicy combo of crustaceans and filets. Patio dining is a good choice when weather permits.
The consistently satisfying enchiladas, meat dishes and desserts draw students, hospital workers and couples to Sol Azteca. A little gated outdoor patio is a great place to relax with a margarita on a summer evening. The bright and rustically decorated interior offers quiet dining. There are not many intimate Mexican restaurants in Boston, but this is one of them.
Come to Basho Japanese Brasserie and experience the traditional and extensive taste of Japanese cuisines. This is the first restaurant in Boston, offering a wide range of Japanese food, keeping sushi in the center. Apart from sushi, they also have meat like Grilled Chicken Teriyaki and the Kobe Beef Steak, to name a few. You can have your own private party and customize the menu with your favorite dishes.
Located in East Cambridge, the Greek Corner is a restaurant that enjoys a special place as a local favorite. The restaurant is popular for the flavorful delicacies created here. Though the decor and interior are nothing much to speak of, the food completely makes up for it. With fresh classic dishes being offered at a reasonable price and generous portions, one can see why it won't be a local favorite. The extensive menu spans everything from sandwiches to salads and desserts. The fish specialties and 'corner specialties are an added delight. Vegetarians need not fret as the menu also features quite a few vegetarian delicacies. Whether its the tasty hommus or the souvlaki plate, you are sure to be left satiated with the rich flavor of each and every preparation.
Grand Prix Café is a sidewalk café, on a quiet part of Massachusetts Avenue, away from the noise and traffic of Davis Square. Before guests walk in, they can choose from the menu posted on the window. A coat rack near the entrance, a plasma television mounted on the wall and a red lounge chair give Grand Prix Cafe the homey feeling that makes guests want to stay and then come back. The floor to ceiling windows, through which guests can enjoy the sunshine, illuminate the small tables and give Grand Prix Café an open feeling. They offer free Wi-Fi, serve coffee, sandwiches and pastries and for those concerned about the environment, Grand Prix Café is Green.
This Indian restaurant has a huge menu and reasonable prices. There are a number of kebab choices, lamb and chicken selections, seafood entrees and mixed grill dinners. If you can't make up your mind, try the Vegetarian Thali, a platter of meatless selections with soup, Basmati rice, raita, bread and dessert or the non-vegetarian thali, which includes the same side dishes along with Lamb Curry, Chicken Curry and Chicken-Tikka Masala. The decor here is traditional Indian, and the significance of most decorative touches are explained on the menu.
Maharaja Restaurant is small establishment with a seating capacity of 44. It has a traditional Indian feel with colorful décor, sitar music and fresh scents from the tandoors. If you are not sure what entrée to order, try the Maharaja Thaali, which features a sampling of dishes. The Lamb Biryan, Chicken Tikka and Vindaloo are all spicy selections and the raita, a yogurt-based condiment, cools things down quite well.
T. W. Food offers palate-pleasing cuisine in a cozy (some say too cozy) Cambridge setting. The menu changes frequently, so be sure to ask about new specials. Popular entrees include five-spice crusted tuna, white truffle risotto and pork chops with apple and maple syrup sauce. Wines to complement each entree are available by the glass. The restaurant also serves beer. They have tasting hours as well.
Set at the end of a long line of take-out restaurants in the Porter Exchange building, this spot is always packed. The restaurant is somewhat small with communal tables and generally there is a wait for a seat. This Japanese restaurant serves a variety of noodle, beef and chicken dishes. Served in a broth that is wonderfully seasoned, the soba is excellent. The ginger nonfat yogurt is a tasty dessert and the green-tea cake is quite good. Alcohol is served. Does not accept credit cards; cash only.
Tamarind House draws crowds in for the Pacific Rim cuisine, especially during the lunch hours. The décor is simple, the dishes easy to understand, and the service attentive. Red curry, beef, lime, chili salads, papaya and carrot are all common ingredients of most delicacies on this interesting menu. Traditional Asian dishes include pad thai and pad woonsen. The hot-and-sour soup and the chicken Bangkok rolls are popular side dishes. The restaurant also has a full service bar.
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