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Nothin' is hipper than having one flipper: Where to find frogs?

I'm interested in trying frog in any of its various forms -- legs especially, but anything really. Which restaurants do frog right??

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  1. Chinatown, any of the big restaurants there do frog in claypot.

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    1. re: Prav

      And, they offer live frog not frozen.

    2. frog legs with lemongrass at anh hong in dorchester
      cha kroeung frog legs at phnom penh restaurant in lowell
      crispy fried frog legs at great taste restaurant in chinatown
      frog legs with peanut and pepper at great taste restaurant in chinatown
      salt and pepper frog legs at royal palace in chinatown
      jingdu frog legs at sichuan gourmet in framingham
      spicy frog legs with basil leaves at montien in chinatown
      spicy frog legs with garlic and pepper at montien in chinatown

      1. 49 Social, on Temple Place downtown, does Frog Legs and Waffles at the bar.

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        1. re: FinnFPM

          That does look like an interesting combo for $11:

          FROG LEGS & WAFFLES-Crispy Frog Legs, Tarragon Waffles, Cippolini Onion Cognac Sauce

          1. re: Taralli

            That sounds awesome. Can I get it for breakfast?

        2. I just saw frog legs on the menu at Kitchen in the South End.

          1. When I visited for RW last year, Russell House Tavern had a fried frog legs on their menu which were quite tasty. Not sure if they rotate their menu. I prefer the Chinese preparations, but they usually encompass more parts of the frogs, which involves a lot of small bones, and not just the legs.

            1. Aka bistro has frog legs on the menu, but I hate frog legs so I can't give a review. They look cute on the plate though. :-)

              1. Live frogs? The seafood market under Winsor Cafe (and stop for some awesome dim sum while you're there!) Great Wall also has them, unless they have had their provably legal stock confiscated by government eco-fascists (yes, this is what happened in VA.)

                Cooked frogs? At Chinese restaurants, look for 田鸡 "tian ji" (that's simplified, but the first character is the same in traditional.) I like my frog stir-fried with fresh lily bulbs or sugar snap peas, since it's light in flavor. I've never had the frog and garlic claypot.

                1. Sauteed frog legs with garlic are trad'ly French and Chez Henri does a good version as an app. Add salt and lemon juice and they're deeelish; one of my fav things. Moist white meat reminiscent of very tender chicken.

                  1. Best Little Restaurant has several iterations.

                    1. I remember seeing chicken fried forg legs on a bar menu....just can't remember where :)