It's a pity we can't pronounce it in English, as we don't have the vowel sounds.
Posted 08 August 2017 - 12:32 PM
I think the fine fine dining in Boston is a notch or two below the NYC stuff that everyone hates. I haven't been to menton, but the stalwarts are very celebratory fine dining in a secondary food city and not characteristic of much. Good, surely, but if you're craving that kind of thing, reserve at an NYC warhorse.
To echo daisy (EDIT: er...Abbylovi) the seafood is strong with Neptune oyster traditionally being "the best" and B&G being what I would take to be the most "adult".
Mostly, I would go to some of the Cambridge-style places - the three course, reasonable volume, polished service, brownstone Brooklyn cum NPR new American places that service the professorial class. They're all a bit different and all seem to represent something more New England. Bondir being my choice (and chambos) but Craigie, oleana and tw would work too. Not sure what else had opened, but those clearly fit your bill.
I think you need to interpret what I'm saying in a reasonable way.
Posted 08 August 2017 - 01:01 PM
Posted 12 August 2017 - 02:47 PM