Boston Restaurants Reviews
Jun 10, 2007
My friend Audrey frequently tries to convince me to become a food writer. I absolutely love food and the whole dining experience, therefore I jump at any opportunity to go out and enjoy a new restaurant. This being said, it can be quite hard for a restaurant to make it onto my "favorites" list. If I am going to go out and pay (sometimes large amounts of money) for a dining experience, it better impress me! What I like to see is:
a pleasant atmosphere
good service (DO NOT rush the bill to me and try to get me out the door, so you can seat another table. There is nothing that infuriates me more than this!)
nice/appropriate decor (the plates should not be reminiscent of the 1980's if you are trying to create a modern, "hip" atmosphere)
Boston and Cambridge however, have managed to impress me. There is no shortage of choice, because there are cuisines from every corner of the earth: Polish, Afghani, Venezuelan, Brazilian, Eritrean, Lebanese, Korean, to name just a few because the list goes on and on(although I am still waiting for someone to open a Romanian restaurant :)).
You can find restaurants in all price ranges, from the very cheap to the prohibitively expensive. Overall I would say Boston is an averagely priced city in terms of dining.
There is not much more I can say about restaurants in general in Boston, but if anyone has some more specific questions about restaurants in Boston please let me know. I can make plenty of suggestions!!
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