Brookline Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Brookline restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Brookline just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Brookline, you've come to the right place.
Our Brookline restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
Also check out our Best Restaurants in Brookline 2012 Guide
“Food is as good as many other Japanese restaurants, but it's too expensive for just the nice environment. If you want just the environment, then the expensive prices are reasonable. But if you would just like good food, it might be a little too expensive. I am a more economical and practical perso... ” (02/27/2002)
“Good sushi. Try their huge sushi boats, they have a huge portion to it.” (02/26/2002)
“Good lunch specials.” (02/26/2002)
“No need for Brookline folks to travel to Chinatown for an inexpensive meal—not when they can dine here. The kitchen does a nice job with hot and sour soup. It's both spicy and tart, with lots of tofu and wood ear. (Vegans take note: It's meatless.) Crab rangoon, the deep-fried, cream cheese–stuffed ... ” (02/25/2002)
“Good Vietnamese food.” (02/25/2002)
“The food here is average, but I prefer to go to Pho Pasteur in Allston.” (03/19/2001)
“One of the best Restaurants in the Massachusetts area. They have dine-in, take-out, delivery, catering, and banquet services. They have an extensive list of alchoholic beverages. A great place for anyone of any age.” (02/14/2001)
“I've only been there once, but it's so good, I plan to go at least once a week, if possible.”