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Any suggestions for the adventruous?

manish01 Nov 23, 2009 07:00 AM

My in-laws are in town and they are quite adventurous ,in terms of restaurants.

We have a couple that we know they will like:

- Rod Dee Thai
- Angela's
- Kabab & Tandoor
- King Fung
- Ramis

Any others in that vein that we/they should try?


  1. jinet12 Dec 31, 2009 11:13 PM

    One of the more adventurous meals that I have ever had was "Chef's Whim" dinner at Craigie on Main...My dinner was at 10PM on a Sunday night...Not sure what other hours/nights it is offered...It was a relative "deal" as well, when compared to their other dinner options....Only for the "adventurous eater" though...It was delicious and great fun...Drinks there are very good as well....

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    1. re: jinet12
      alohagirl Jan 1, 2010 07:48 AM

      How about dim sum on Sat. or Sun at Shangri-la in Belmont?

    2. StriperGuy Nov 23, 2009 12:25 PM

      Kathmandu Spice is also awesome.

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      1. re: StriperGuy
        teezeetoo Nov 23, 2009 12:34 PM

        If Brookline/Allston is your area of preference, I'd add Dok Bua, Family Restaurant for Turkish and Orinoco for South American

        1. re: teezeetoo
          hiddenboston Dec 29, 2009 08:21 AM

          I agree with all three of teezeetoo's picks.

      2. kobuta Nov 23, 2009 11:38 AM

        If they like Middle Eastern, how about Helmands or Baraka Cafe for something slightly different?

        Of it they like Asian, but want a twist how about Tibetan at Rangzen?

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        1. re: kobuta
          Delhiwala Dec 29, 2009 07:46 AM

          Helmands is a great suggestion, but it serves Afghan food, not middle eastern food.

          1. re: Delhiwala
            kobuta Dec 29, 2009 10:29 AM

            Funny - many people would describe Afghanistan as being in the Middle East, with Iran and Pakistan as neighbors. But geography lesson and semantics aside, my limited experiences with middle eastern food does find some similarities with what I had at Helmands, even if not entirely similar to Persian, Syrian, or other similar cuisines. Thus my recommendation for Baraka as well, which is technically Algerian.

        2. Boston_Otter Nov 23, 2009 09:58 AM

          I'd also suggest Solea or Dali for excellent tapas.

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          1. re: Boston_Otter
            StriperGuy Nov 23, 2009 11:03 AM

            Don't mean to rain on the parade, but I find Solea and Dali to be only fair on the tapas front. MUCH, MUCH better and more authentic chow at either Estragon or Taberna de Haro.

            1. re: StriperGuy
              Boston_Otter Nov 24, 2009 01:20 AM

              Duly noted!

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            ginafly Nov 23, 2009 07:48 AM

            Fu Loon, in Malden! You will find many raves about it on these boards. Very exciting authentic Chinese.

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              Taralli Nov 23, 2009 07:04 AM

              Yoma, Rincon Limeno

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              1. re: Taralli
                nasilemak Jan 1, 2010 05:03 AM

                Second Yoma! the Burmese salads are interesting and refreshing.

              2. Prav Nov 23, 2009 07:04 AM

                Maybe shabu-shabu / hot pot?

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