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Tom Yum Koong
11 Forest Street
Medford, MA 02155
Phone: (781) 393-0888

Tom Yum Koong in Medford Square is a great family-owned restaurant. They do take out and delivery and have recently expanded their eat-in space - the food is delicious and reasonably priced.
Submitted on 5/22/09 by Kathleen, Medford, MA

(various restaurants)
Weathervane - South Hamilton, Best Traditional New England
Ecco - East Boston, Best Bistro
Pear - Newport, RI, Best Fine Dining
Taste of Asia - Salem, Best Asian/Sushi
Sorry, couldn't choose one!
Submitted on 5/16/09 by MPG, Lynn, MA

Kouzina Estiatorio
555 High Street
Dedham, MA 02026
Phone: (781) 467-0090

Kouzina's Greek restaurant in Downtown Dedham Square. Family owned and operated. Everything is delicious!! Mother and son cook, father preps and delivers! They are as wonderful as their food!!!
Submitted on 4/26/09 by PMR, Dedham, MA

618 Shawmut Avenue
Boston, MA 02118
Phone: (617) 541-4040

Just ate the most awesome pizza from Pizzatalia at 618 Shawmut Avenue in the South End. Try the large pesto pizza with cheese, red onion, roasted peppers and artichoke. Pizzatalia also makes an awesome Greek calzone. Just thinking about both of these items makes my mouth water. Low prices, and free delivery.
Submitted on 4/26/09 by LS, Boston, MA

Gari Japanese Fusion
187 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Phone: (617) 277-2999

GARI Japanese Fusion Restaurant in Coolidge Corner is such a hidden jewel for the freshest sushi in town. It rivals Oiishi in Chestnut Hill for quality fish. Check them out. They are my new favorite. I'm surprised you don't have them listed on your Japanese restaurant page.
Submitted on 4/24/09 by GC, Brookline, MA

The Vittles Stop BBQ
19 1/2 Union Street
Windsor, VT 05089
Phone: (802) 674-6776

A real roadside BBQ. The aromas are what lured us into the Vittles Stop BBQ. The ribs were fanatic. My Buddy got a super dog; I can honestly say I never saw a 1/2 pound hot dog before. He said the hot dog and beans were to die for. This is definitely worth trying out.
Submitted on 4/15/09 by kb, Windsor, VT

Il Giardino Cafe
132 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Phone: (617) 267-6124

I work in Boston on Yawkey Way. I go to this little restaurant or cafe called Il Giardinos. It the best food; they have great plates and sandwiches. You should really check them out if you ever go to a Sox game. They are on Brookline Ave. and are a nice and friendly place to get a quick bite to eat.
Submitted on 4/15/09 by Pam B.

Highland Kitchen
150 Highland Avenue
Somerville, MA 02143
Phone: (617) 625-1131

Highland Kitchen rocks!
Submitted on 4/13/09 by Steve P, Somerville, MA

T.W. Food
377 Walden Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 864-4745

T.W. Food Restaurant in Cambridge. It is a great neighborhood spot and worth a trip into the area. The food is fresh, exquisitely prepared and the flavors are classic and yet unique.
I can't believe it's not on your list yet.
Submitted on 4/7/09 by EK, Cambridge, MA

112 South Street
Boston, MA 02111
Phone: (617) 426-1688

I wanted to let you know about a great little restaurant in the Leather District called, unfortunately, "Beijing/Kyoto." Their wonton soup is the best I've ever had, their sushi is so fresh and meltingly tender it shames nearby GInza, and best of all they don't seem to have grasped pricing yet, so one order of sushi is not only extremely cheap but comes to the table as not one, not two, but THREE big pieces of nigiri. I love this feature, naturally, but it also makes me worry about them - as does the fact that my party is often the only ones in there when we go. More people need to know about this fantastic place. They're right across the street from Les Zygomates and around the corner from Oya, so also a good place to go if you don't get into your top choice. Address is 112 South Street, a hop, skip, and jump from South Station. Please go check them out!
Submitted on 3/31/09 by YGL

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