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We frequent Flemings, but tonight was amazing. The service, the food and the wine recommendation, were all top notch! Our servers, Andrew and Marc were so accommodating and friendly! The managers Liam and Jody both came to the table to make sure that everything was great! It was! Perfect! Thank you so much!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The service was very attentive but not hovering and excellent throughout the evening. Every question was answered, some very detailed especially where and how the venison was raised. The roasted venison mole was excellent as were the poached veal loin and tongue caesar and both desserts - Lemon Yozu Posst and the German Chocolate Cake. Carl Dooley is a very creative chef and each dish is unique and wonderful (Mary the pastry chef shined as well). MoreOpenTable Diner -
This restaurant was chic and the menu was beautiful. Every drink was perfect and the meals were amazing. The menu is smaller than a lot of other places but you trade that for perfection of the dish. Even with a smaller menu, the choices ranged from vegetarian to fish to pasta to steak. Well done!! We will recommend it and we will definitely be back MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Team Harpal Singh and Rajwant Singh have opened Singh ching that serves specialties from Punjab. Rajwant Singh is the head chef of the restaurant while harpal singh handles tandoori style cooking. The restaurant decor reflect the culture of the Royal State of Punjab while the food served is authentic Punjabi food.More
Father-and-son team Surinder Singh and Rajwant Singh have opened Singh Saab that serves specialties from Punjab. Rajwant Singh is the head chef of the restaurant while Surinder Singh handles tandoori style cooking.
The restaurant decor reflect the culture of the Royal State of Punjab while the food served is authentic Punjabi food.More
Beantown, dubbed for the baked beans that put the city on the map, is about far more than beans these days. Local restaurants channel the region’s farm-to-table traditions and celebrate the iconic seafood of New England’s coast—no trip to the region is complete without a proper lobster (pronounced “lob-stah,” steamed and served with butter and corn on-the-cob), freshly shucked oysters, fried clams—you name it. Hometown to a handful of internationally influential female restaurateurs and the inimitable legacy of Julia Child, who called Cambridge home, Boston will always be a city where liberal sensibilities meet a global approach, in politics and on the plate.