29 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Boston.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Himalayan Kitchen is an excellent Nepali restaurant in Somerville’s Union Square.
Tu y Yo is a very good Mexican spot near Tufts where everyone should order some tamales.
State Park is a laid-back restaurant in Kendall Square that serves all sorts of fried chicken.
Taiwan Cafe is a relatively small restaurant in Chinatown with a not-so-small menu of delicious things.
Winsor Dim Sum is a small dim sum spot in Chinatown that makes some great cheung fun.
East Ocean is a Chinese restaurant in Revere that has a lot of great seafood options.
Thmor Da is an excellent Cambodian restaurant in Revere that you should visit as soon as possible.
Rhythm ’n Wraps is a vegan spot in Brookline that serves a variety of things like mac & cheese and fried “chicken” sandwiches.
Taipei Cuisine is a Taiwanese spot in Quincy with great beef noodle soup.
Sumiao is a Kendall Square restaurant that serves some great Hunan food.
Maná Escondido is a counter-service Puerto Rican restaurant in the South End with great sandwiches.
Taquería Jalisco is a Mexican restaurant in East Boston with good tamales, tacos, and pozole.
Olé is a Mexican restaurant in Inman Square with good food and a lunch time take-out counter.
Casa Portugal is a Portuguese restaurant in Inman Square that serves a lot of good seafood dishes.
Gracie’s Ice Cream is an ice cream store in Union Square serving great scoops of seasonal flavors.