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Favorite Restaurant in Framingham, MA?

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What is your favorite dining spot in Framingham, 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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KB wrote:
Oga's.
(Posted on 6/12/09)

@jayohaetchenn wrote:
None! Unless the town of Framingham has repealed their law prohibiting out of state licenses as valid ID for buying beer or wine **in restaurants**! What a ridiculous, ineffective law that just makes people mad and hurts tax-paying businesses! Business commuters like me who are in MA daily but are legally required to hold licenses in other states are foolishly restricted... who's going to carry a passport to have a beer at John Harvard's? I won't go to any Framingham establishment until I know for sure that law has been changed.
(Posted on 6/12/09)

MC Slim JB wrote:
Sichuan Gourmet, a superb, quite authentic Sichuan place. Ironic that I can get better Sichuan in the suburbs than in downtown Boston. Outstanding dan dan noodles (quite different from the peanut-sauced version most Westernized places serve), fresh bamboo shoots with spicy wonder sauce (amazing if you've never had them fresh), Sichuan wonton with spicy chili sauce, double cooked bacon (what twice-cooked pork is supposed to be but rarely is). Eye-opening if you've never had real Sichuan cuisine, and makes it hard to go back to so-called Sichuan places that bastardize the food for American palates. The outlet in Billerica is equally good.
(Posted on 6/12/09)

JMas wrote:
Tennessee BBQ is great for a snack. Quick and easy meals, good portions. There aren't too many other good BBQ places around.
(Posted on 6/12/09)

Jenny wrote:
Love the Aegean! Consistently excellent food, nice atmosphere. Good for groups or dates. I always make it a point to get some souvlaki there whenever I'm in the area.
(Posted on 6/12/09)

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