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Best Lobster dinner in Boston?

i'm not there yet, i will be there in a few days for a week.

Atlantic Fish seems to be the best bet so far from my research. Also Yankee Lobster, James Hook and Neptune Oyster seem to be good bets. What do you all think?

Best Lobster dinner in Boston?

In Brookline but anywhere in Boston is good

Best Lobster dinner in Boston?

I am visiting Boston and have never had a full lobster before, only a roll once. I'd like the full lobster dinner, steamed and not cracked for me. Any recommendations? Cheaper is nicer but i'm willing to spend around 30-40 to get the full deal.

Where to go for authentic Bulgogi (korean bbq)?

they all have the authentic bulgogi experience and the makgoeli? which one is best? i'm willing to travel for the best bulgogi, kalbi and experience out there.

Jun 25, 2010
phoenixhazard in Greater Seattle

Where to go for authentic Bulgogi (korean bbq)?

I am looking for an authentic korean restaurant with bulgogi here where you actually cook the meat yourself on the grill at your table. combined with all the salads, kim chi, etc. Also if they have makgeoli and soju

Jun 24, 2010
phoenixhazard in Greater Seattle

Should You Tip on Takeout?

"Excuse me, but I’ve worked in takeout places, and scooping all the food into individual containers and packaging them up is quite time-consuming. It definitely deserves some recompense"

Yea, you are right. The recompense is called there wage! We are not entitled to pay the employees wage. Unless they give you a little something extra you should not tip them.

Jun 24, 2010
phoenixhazard in Features

Real Authentic Asian food in Seattle? Spec. szechuan hot pot and korean bulgogi

Cool, thanks a lot, I will def try it out.

Chongqing was exactly the style I was going for. It's funny I wasn't really in love with it when I was in Chongqing or Chengdu but for some reason I'm craving it like mad now.

For the bulgogi I found a few spots in Seattle that are close but they are never exactly right. Same goes for bibimbap which I don't really get since it doesn't seem to be that hard to make. The salads during the course are off too and the kim chi always seems to be too bitter in the usa.

Sep 17, 2009
phoenixhazard in Greater Seattle

Real Authentic Asian food in Seattle? Spec. szechuan hot pot and korean bulgogi

So I just finished traveling Asia for past 6 months and boy do I miss the food. I was wondering if anyone can recommend a few places for me in Seattle area? I am craving a real szechuan hot pot restaurant. the real deal with the szechuan peppers at the bottom of the pot filled with boiling oil and you just dip the meats and vegis inside and pull em out when done.

I also want to find authentic korean bulgogi. I have found a few places but none are exactly right, with the meat on the grill, while you also grill the kim chi and garlic and you wrap it in a leaf with some red spread (forgot the name). Most importantly I need too makalee.

I know i sound like a pric asking for the "real" deal but i sure wanna eat the foods that really take me back to my experience.

Sep 16, 2009
phoenixhazard in Greater Seattle