These are the restaurants I eat at from time to time - we are constantly on the look out for new places, and very seldom go back to the same restaurant on a regular basis.


Notes
Our go-to place for simple, down-to-earth cantonese food - decent seafood and pretty good non-americanized dishes. The food quality can be inconsistent, though it probably helps if you speak chinese. Service is almost non-existent, so don't expect too much other than having someone take your order and deliver food to the table.
Dishes
Twin lobsters for $15!

Notes
Decent hole-in-the-wall thai restaurant that serves up spicy and flavorful food at decent prices. Tends to be a little heavy on the seasoning, but on the whole, a good place to check out if you're in the vicinity. Free tea is a bonus. By the way, dishes are cooked REALLY fast...they must have some supermen chefs in the back.
Dishes
Indonesian fried rice

Notes
Best seafood restaurant in Boston, period. I would not hesitate to bring visitors here to enjoy fresh, perfectly cooked fish and other seafood. They also have an awesome raw bar with a large variety of oysters on the half shell. Okay, I say EVERYTHING is good. That's how much I dig this place.
Dishes
Freshly shucked oysters (a dozen, perhaps)

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