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sarah Mar 22, 2001 10:23 AM

hey all,
will be at a conference at Tufts, in Medford on Saturday. Any recs on where to grab lunch?
thanks....

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    Seth Ditchik Mar 22, 2001 10:56 AM

    I haven't been there, but I several people have told me that Bistro 5, in Medford, is excellent. From what I know, it is small (reservations recommended), BYO, and expensive, but the food is supposedly amazing. Attached is a link to a review from the Boston Globe.

    Link: http://ae.boston.com/dining/globe_rev...

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      abigail Mar 22, 2001 11:37 AM

      Rudy's in Davis square use to be good .

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        Sarah Jun 12, 2001 04:37 PM

        Rudy's has been hit & miss past 2 years. Bad enough the last time that I won't be back.

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        C. Fox Mar 22, 2001 10:27 PM

        Try Chieko. It's a great Japanese/Korean place in Powderhouse Circle, right outside the Tufts campus.

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          Sarah Jun 12, 2001 04:39 PM

          What is good/recommended at Cheiko's? I'd like to try it.

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          Matt Mar 24, 2001 08:21 AM

          Bob's Foods in Medford Square has the most amazing sandwiches. It is about a five minute ride away from the campus, and I still go back there whenever I am in the area. They also have great steak fries as well. Highly recommended.

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            scott Mar 25, 2001 04:35 PM

            redbones in davis square is my 2 cents

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              Eric Eto Mar 26, 2001 03:25 PM

              I guess this is a bit late for Saturday, but you must go to Victor's Deli on Broadway (Ball Square) for the chicken or veal parmigiana sandwiches. They are the best I've had. The panino (prosciutto and mozzarella) and other deli sandwiches aren't bad either, but if you've made your way there, try the chicken or veal.

              You'll also notice the class divide if you observe the patrons of Victor's and Sound Bites (the brunch joint next door-- not bad, but overpriced and way too crowded). Medford is a very working class Italian neighborhood and has surprisingly little in the way of good Italian fair besides Victor's. But that's another thread.

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                lane Jul 31, 2001 04:25 PM

                the borgo cafe in teele square has good sushi and thai/korean dishes. there is no atmosphere, really, none, but personally, i admire the service and the quality of the food. no alcohol. the sushi chef did time at jae's, so it is said. not sure what the name has to do with asian food...

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