22 November 2017

 
5 best restaurants in Boston
Our favourite places to eat. Enjoy awesome food and stunning decor.
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Harvest
Naturally New England
Focussing on contemporary New England cuisine, Harvest can be found on a cobbled street in the centre of Harvard Square. With a newly re-designed open kitchen and a shady garden terrace, it also has a cosy fireside area for the colder months. Feast on the region’s freshest ingredients, from Maine Dayboat Halibut to Painted Hills Farm Beef Tenderloin, created and overseen by Executive Chef Mary Dumont. Seasonal, modern American menus are complemented by a selection of fine wines and speciality cocktails.
44 Brattle Street Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA 02138
Tel: 617 868 2255 www.harvestcambridge.com
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The Oceanaire Seafood Room
Seasonal and sustainable
Promising to serve only the finest and freshest seafood, Oceanaire is an elegant eatery set in the heart of Boston’s financial district – in a stylishly converted former banking hall. Voted one of the best seafood restaurants in the US, it sources sustainable fish based on market availability to create seasonal, regionally-based cuisine. Outstanding service extends to wine stewards who can select the perfect drink to suit any dish, whether it be grilled Canada swordfish or wild Alaska sea scallops.
Financial District, 40 Court Street, Boston, MA 02108
Tel: 617 742 2277 www.theoceanaire.com
Tel: 617 424 8577 www.aquitaineboston.com
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Aquitaine
For a little ooh-la-la
From brunch, lunch and dinner to a fixed-price menu, this bang-up-to-date bistro serves modern French cuisine with a dash of new-age American flair. Start with escargots then indulge in steak frites or lemon sole meuniere followed by a classic crème brulee. Signature cocktails sit alongside a range of international beers and fine French wines, ready to be sipped at the cosy bar in an intimately romantic Parisian-style atmosphere.
569 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02118
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Puritan & Company
Farm-to-table freshness
Nurturing a new twist on New England cuisine, chef and owner Will Gilson has already earned award nominations for Puritan & Company despite the restaurant being open for less than two years. With an ever-changing menu incorporating seasonal, local ingredients, mains range from roasted duck Muscovy to seared skate wing. Try the gougères to start – puffy pastries filled with cheddar mornay, or come for Sunday Brunch - a high-end take on fry-up favourites accompanied by bellinis.
1166 Cambridge St, Cambridge, MA 02139
Tel: 617 615 6195 www.puritancambridge.com
5.
Oleana
Veggie (and carnivore!) heaven
Jaw-droppingly delicious dishes are created in the open kitchen at Oleana, a Turkish-influenced Mediterranean-style venue. Inventive vegetarian dishes and tasting menus attract meat-eaters and veggies alike, with offerings such as chickpea crêpes, lamb steaks and fava bean moussaka. Octopus with crispy Brussels sprouts is another speciality, while dessert is always a winner – save some space for the baked Alaska or cocoa-rose ice cream with a date-rose truffle. Unforgettable.
134 Hampshire St, Cambridge, MA 02139 
Tel: 617 661 0505 www.oleanarestaurant.com
 
 
 
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