Healthy Eating In Boston

Healthy Eating In Boston

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For those nights when you want to eat something a little bit healthy, here's where to enjoy some greens, a big salad, or a nice piece of fish in Boston.

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    Customer service is very poor especially during dinner time. Make sure u order what u can eat because they will charge u for leftovers. I suggest to come here during lunch time for better service. -- Pamela via Foursquare
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    Hands down best quick meal lunch spot in Boston - organic, yummy, quick, inexpensive! Total score! Student Discounts! -- Kaya A via Foursquare
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    Tell em to clean the ice cream mixer first if your picky, they're happy to do it. Also... nutella and cheesecake mixins in the vanilla froyo is heaven -- Barbara Leibo via Foursquare
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    Spices potatoes are good. That's all. Not Spicy Chicken Shawarma that's 4/10 on the hotness scale. Not the fat rice that's far from Mediterranean. Not the falafel that's not even fried completely. -- Saravanan Ganesh via Foursquare
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    O ya means "gee whiz" in Japanese, and you'll be saying the same thing after sampling the masterpieces created by Nobu Matsuhisa's former apprentice. Try the robiola-stuffed omelet in dashi broth. -- Epicurious via Foursquare
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    A certain stop every trip to Boston. Maki special and a Sapporo do the trick. -- Rich Watson via Foursquare
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    Lines start to form around 11:30 and can be very long. Get there early or later, or better yet, order online to skip the line. -- Jeremy Krantz via Foursquare
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    Reallllly small "waiting" area. Be prepared to squish in. Because everyone in line with you is SO friendly&accomodating... NOT. Staff is super friendly though!! -- Sarah M via Foursquare
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    The service is hit or miss here but the food makes me willing to brave the snarky staff and return again and again. The black miso cod appetizer and Phoenix roll are nothing short of divine. -- AskEmmi via Foursquare
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    For those who like veggie sushi: Idaho Maki and the Garden Roll are TO DIE FOR!!! I get Idaho Maki every time I go. The Garden Roll's a bit pricy, but worth it if you like avocado. -- Will Bradford via Foursquare
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    Even though it's located in a strip mall, this sushi spot churns out good rolls. Many of their rolls are under $5, and they also have a lunchbox for around $5. The service is also friendly and fast. -- Cheapism via Foursquare
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    The lunchtime menus are really great and reasonably priced. I had lunch menu 1 and went with tuna avocado for my maki. Maki looked fuller than normal when you get sushi. Delicious! -- Ashley Howe via Foursquare
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