Accolades

  • Boston's Best Suburban
    Improper Bostonian
  • Best of the New: Restaurants
    Boston Globe
  • 50 Best Restaurants
    Boston magazine
  • Hot Chef
    STUFF magazine

My Restaurants

Where I Eat

Behind the Scenes

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Bún bò Huế
"This beef and pig trotter soup is one of the best Vietnamese dishes you can get in Chinatown. It's hearty, flavorful and comes to the table screaming hot with a nice layer of spicy oil on top. Best thing to eat on a chilly winter day."
"The Bun Bo Hue, beef & pig trotter noodle soup is one of the best Vietnamese dishes you can get in Chinatown. It arrives screaming hot at the table with a nice layer of spicy oil on the top. So flavorful and hearty"
Salt cod brandade
"This is pure, salty goodness. Baked until piping hot, the top is cheesy and the inside is super creamy. It's best eaten with lots of crusty bread."
Rack of wild boar
"I love the sweet, nutty, and slightly gamey flavor of this feral animal. Concord grapes fermented with lavender branches just balance out the dish so well."
Roast duck wonton noodle soup
"I went on a trip to Cambodia in 2009, and the noodles here instantly bring back those fond memories of eating in a Cambodian market. The broth is so flavorful, and the duck rich and fatty—just how it's supposed to be."
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Oysters
"Oysters are a very personal food choice, and my favorite is from Cotuit. What I love about B&G Oysters is that they have over six types of oysters at any given time, from sweet and creamy Kumamoto to larger, brinier Long Island Blue Points."