30 "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.
La Hacienda is an Eastie spot with both Mexican and Salvadoran dishes. The fajitas, in particular, are excellent.
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.