Lunch in the Bridgewater area?
My son has a hockey game in Bridgewater on Sunday and as luck will have I can make it too as can some other family members. I do not know this area at all. Any good food in a half hour radius? Longer is OK if it's heading back towards the Hingham area.
Ideally would love some good Pho/Vietnamese but honestly anything is good-pizza, burgers, pub food, etc.
The snow put a damper of a few of the relatives travel plans so we ended up a smaller group that anticipated. :(
The original plan was to give the Chatta Box a try but after observing some of the less than friendly parents of the opposing team (the kind you often see on the evening news) we opted to leave town instead and go to our favorite mentioned here- Pho So 1 in Randolph. Never a disappointment.
We all shared the pork and shrimp fresh rolls and the sour ground pork rolls. The fresh rolls had lots of mint, which I love as well as some thai basil. The egg rolls were small, thin cylinders and were extra crispy. We should have had three orders since we were all fighting over them.
The kids shared the shrimp cakes and big plate of chicken fried rice. My son usually goes for the steak and tripe Pho but went with the popular vote. We have never had theirs before and it was light, with lots of chicken and egg, no veggies. It tasted surprisingly of butter. The kids loved it, I thought it was almost too rich.
My husband and I both had beef Bun and the other adults all had some version of Pho. The brisket and the tendon appeared to be the winners. We all shared the crispy squid. It was fried just enough to be crispy w/o the squid being over done.
The adults were way to full after that meal but the kids managed to put away some bean pudding and share a couple of pearl smoothies.
We all waddled back the car happy!!