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  1. I am looking for a good seafood restaurant in Boston and Cambridge with healthy options (I am not interested in deep fried seafood). I had steamed clams at Tony's in Wollestan, and felt like I was eating a sandbox, and so if you could advise on a different track, I would appreciate it. Also, please let me know your thoughts on the following list: Select Oyster bar Mooncusser Fish House Summer Shack Legal Seafoods Legal Oysteria Legal Harborside Courthouse Seafood Waypoint The Hourly Oysterhouse Harvest Abe and Louie's
  2. I will be visiting Brum later this month, and was interested in any updates on Bati/Indian. Please let me know of any recent developments. Thank you.
  3. Thank you very much, This is very helpful. Cheers!
  4. This is most helpful, Thank you. I will post in the UK cooking forum for more information regarding preparation classes for traditional British tea and Masala Chai. Cheers!
  5. I will be traveling from New York City to London from 14 February through 27 February, and am interested in instruction on how to make a proper cuppa. I am particularly interested in traditional British tea preparation, as well as chai masala. I am also interested in where I might find a excellent chai masala in London, as where to go for a traditional afternoon tea. Any advise on reservations, etc. would be appreciated. Thank you.
  6. Please recommend a good lunch place. I am staying at Hotel Mikazuki, near Katsuura station. My budget is 10.000 yen for three people; regional cuisine is preferred. Thank you.
  7. My wife will drive from the Twin Cities to Vermillion, South Dakota and will stay there overnight on 11/28. Any recommendations? AAA recommends the Red Steakhouse.
  8. Are there any recommendations for a restaurant with romantic ambiance from the selection of Summer Restaurant Week 2013: http://www.nycgo.com/restaurantweek# My wife is a librarian (very soft spoken), and so really noisy, hysterical places with great food are out of the question. We would like to enjoy ourselves without breaking the bank; hence the restaurant week interest ($25 lunch, $38 dinner). I am not familiar with most of these places: Italian: A Voce - Columbus, A Voce - Madison, Abboccato Ristorante, Ai Fiori, Alloro Restaurant, Asellina, Bar Eolo, Bar Italia, Barbetta, Bice Ristorante
  9. I will be in Matsumoto, Nagano prefecture between March 27-March 31. What are the regional specialties? What restaurants should I go to for dinner? Should I make a reservation in advance, or do they take walk-in diners? My budget is $50-$75 for dinner, and I will be dinning alone, as I am attending a convention there. I will be staying at the Southern Cross hotel. Also, any recommendations markets or other culinary attractions of the region are of interest Please advise. All recommendations are appreciated. Thank you very much. Mascarpone.
  10. I am looking for Muscat de Beaumes de Venise wine. Can anyone recommend a local wine company/store where a selection of Rhone area wines would include this? I tried the Moore Bros site, and could not find it. Thanks.
  11. I received a $100 gift card for Epicerie Boulud (NYC). Evidently the card can be used at any of the Boulud restaurants in NYC, and last year my wife and I went to Daniel for our fifth Wedding Anniversary. Which Boulud restaurant this year? Should I return to Daniel again, or is there another Boulud restaurant that is has the right romantic vibe?
  12. Hmmm. I guess I was just looking in all the wrong places. Will try. Thanks.
  13. Is it possible to buy fresh habanero chilis in NYC? I called Tehuitzingo and Zaragosa, and they don't have them.
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