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Favorite Restaurant in Arlington, MA?

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What is your favorite dining spot in Arlington, MA? Feel free to post your answer below, perhaps including a description and what you like at the restaurant. [Go here to post a reply.]

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Jeffo wrote:
Flora....Where it all began for Arlington as a food destination. They keep putting out great food and are great people.
(Posted on 6/3/10)

anonymous wrote:
Yes, Scutra is wonderful, but so is Tryst....and Zocalo is an old favorite!
(Posted on 6/3/10)

Sanjeev wrote:
Both Thai Moon and Sweet Chili for Thai food. I prefer the Spicy Chicken and other dishes at Thai Moon more but Sweet Chili is quite good too.
And how can I not mention Pasha...the wait (always!) is worth it. Such flavor! Amazing Turkish food.
(Posted on 6/3/10)

tecalote wrote:
Flora's.
(Posted on 6/3/10)

Kenny P. wrote:
Not Your Average Joe's is almost perfect all the time, and yes, they have an interesting take on food.
ZA on Mass Ave in East Arlington has a mac'n'cheese pizza that is a must try.
Sweet Chili is my favorite lunch place in Arlington Center. Awesome Thai food, nothing super glamorous but the flavors are always very bold. Try the hot basil fried rice.
(Posted on 6/3/10)

sms wrote:
Jimmy's Steerhouse. Nothing matches a classic (plus, I was a salad and apps soux chef there in 1976!).
(Posted on 6/3/10)

SJC wrote:
Pasha for some yummy Turkish food.
Tango for steaks.
Punjab for Indian.
(Posted on 6/4/10)

CDR wrote:
Scutra for food combinations that are amazing, Tryst for the desserts, ZA for the lettuce wedge, and Gemma for some really fresh Italian.. but where do I eat the most often? ichef's (the Heights) buffalo chicken rollup is the best I've had.
(Posted on 7/1/10)

PA wrote:
subway was a great addition to town center.
(Posted on 5/19/12)

Dawn wrote:
I'm a fan of Olivio's on Mass Ave. The food is deeeeelicious, can't go wrong with having the half portion option. I highly recommend having a cantaloupe martini & save room for the Panacotta.
(Posted on 5/19/12)

Ian wrote:
Francesca's is the place for pizza in Arlington.
(Posted on 5/19/12)

JR wrote:
Flora, Tryst or Punjab
(Posted on 5/19/12)

DLO wrote:
Scutra Is amazing and Punjab has the best Indian food !
(Posted on 5/19/12)

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