Monthly Archives: June 2012

Classic New England Hotdog Bun Pan

Classic New England Hotdog Bun Pan.

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Boston Neighborhood: South End



i was browsing online then i found out the coppa’s owner and chef is Ken Oringer, same owner and chef with one of my fave restaurants  Toro. instead of spanish tapas, they serve italian tapas. that jus sounded heavenly to me. we had to immediately make a trip there to test it out.


when we got there, the wait was an hour and half. we were ready to give up, but we saw they were setting up outdoor seatings. there was no wait for outdoor seats. we immediately sat outside without waiting for an hour and half. score!!!




Pig’s Ear / Pig’s ear terrine with yuzu aioli

foie gras- this was one the specials of the night. fave dish of the night. delish

Funghi Marinati / Marinated mushrooms with Eva’s herbs $5 – this was ok, mushroom tasted like canned mushrooms.

Spaghetti alla Carbonara / House made pasta with…

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Boston’s Food


after a full night of fun @ royale last night, it’s time to cure some hangover. a bowl of warm ramen sounds so good.
ramen choices are so limited in boston, sapporo is one of the most popular places among all.




i havent seen the fat lady that used work here for the last two times.


pork gyoza – pretty good, fresh, better than the ones @ yoki 


the house ramen – altho meat was tender, broth was thick and flavorful, a lil bit salty for my liking.


spicy miso ramen – thick and flavorful broth. the noodles were perfectly cook.

i do come here a lot, but i have had way better ramen outside boston area.

this place gets 4/5 bunny belly.

1815 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA 02140
Neighborhood: Porter Square
(617) 876-4805

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Places Unknown

I took this photo about 18 month ago on one of my first visits to Boston. It was cold and snowy, with a lot of cool boats parked for winter and some sailors coming off the water. This fence looked cool and I wanted to remember it many days and month later. Thanks to it, I still do.

Click me!

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