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I think I can say with confidence that I am from the local city of Boston now (I actually live in Wellesley, 30 minutes' drive away, but we will let this slide). Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and the Victorian-style buildings are very impressive. If you are planning to visit Boston, you cannot leave the food while on a trip. Because I have been a passionate food enthusiast and have been living in the greater Boston area for nearly two years, I would like to share my dining experience in one of the nation's largest "college cities".
1. Italie Boston
You can not Not Go to Eataly when you are in Boston. Set in the Prudential Tower, Hotel Eataly is like a luxury Italian market with plenty of restaurants and groceries. I recommend tiramisu and cannolis to relieve sweet teeth. Tiramisu is all you want: a spoonful of thick and obese smoothness with espresso and cocoa powder exploded with flavor. Fresh cannoli cream is running out from the other end as you enter crunchy pastries … yum. Before (or after) sweets, explore rows of wine, cheese wheels, and roasted meats. In the end, you will hit a restaurant in the middle. You can sit back and enjoy a plate of fresh pasta or hot pizza from the wood-fired oven.
2. Earl's Kitchen
Prudential is a popular shopping mall, and a lot of fun exploring all the different stores with your friends. But after entering and exiting Sephora, Arezia and Madewell, it makes you feel hungry. There is one problem: you long for sushi, but your best friend really wants a burger. What do you do? Get the best of both worlds in Earl! This multi-cultural restaurant offers relaxing food from all over the world. From its grilled ribs to sushi rolls, and Korean Beef Bibimbap to California Burger, Earlâ € ™ s the perfect place to fuse when you crave western and eastern dishes.
3. Yamato II
I really recommend visiting the Boston Public Library at Copley Square. I am the helm of books and I am naturally attracted to places with books (libraries, libraries, book cafes …). While you're there, think about dining at Yamato II, a Japanese restaurant. You can order individual dishes and go to the All You Can Eat option if you want the real deal. If you're on a budget like myself, Yamato II is the best place to enjoy unlimited fresh sushi and other Japanese dishes at a very reasonable price.
4. Trident booksellers and a cafe
I told you I love libraries. This is my absolute favorite – not just a favorite restaurant – in Boston. Food and books, what more could you ask for? Trident has a classic American favorite: burgers, salads, soups and shakes. It also provides breakfast for dinner. Enjoy a hot plate of French toast with hot chocolate and whipped cream. I usually like to dine for dinner, so I go to a fat trident burger with cheese and sweet potatoes on the side.
Anyone yearn for a hot plate of Japanese ramen? Santouka is my go-to. There are two locations: Newbury Street and Harvard Square. The Harvard seat should be easier to get to the seats, but you'll still wait 30 to 40 minutes; it's very popular. But don't worry, you can enter the Harvard Library or stroll a bit across the Harvard University campus to kill time. Once I sit down, order a small bowl of Shew (Soy sauce flavor) ramen with side arrangement Hanjuku Tamago (Soft boiled egg). I travel to Japan every opportunity I get, and I can assure you that Santouka embodies the same flavors that I had in Hokkaido.
6. Top of the axis
You are in a beautiful city. You feel the imagination, like a fillet of fish. Top of the Hub is your best choice if you want to search a mouthwatering steak while enjoying a 360-degree skyline view. You definitely want to reserve a table, especially if you want a window seat. Top of the Hub is on the 52nd floor of Prudential, and they can get to know you in the hallway before you take the elevator, so you have a license card or a ready passport. Although the food can get a little expensive, the scenery and steaks are worth it. I recommend Oscar Fillet Menon Style: a surfboard and turf with steak and king crab. It's Boston, you should have seafood at least once, right?
7. Shabu Zain
In New England, snowfall does not stop until early April. Seriously, I'm stuck in my room and I'm writing this because there is a snowstorm blowing this whole weekend March. Head to Allston or Chinatown to get what I think is one of the city's best hot pots to warm yourself up. Make sure to order special kimchi sauce for sweet and savory spices. Important tip: Once you've finished eating vegetables and meat, order rice, sesame oil, and raw eggs. Put the rice in the remaining broth, pour it into a drop of sesame oil, break the eggs and stir until you get the kimchi broth porridge. This is the highlight of the meal, trust me on this one.
There are so many great places to eat, but these are the places I think are the best. I hope you get a chance to try at least two of these restaurants, and I hope you enjoy your stay! If you are a Boston dining enthusiast, I want you to comment on this article with some of your favorite restaurants. Stay happy, stay full!
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