Going up the ramp and turning right onto Main Street, Clementine is the second door down. It's a cozy place, 14 tables tops and 2/4 seats at the bar. The kitchens isn't tiny and functions well, but it's not large either.
|House cured Gravlox|
|Country Pork Pate|
|The soup of the day/ Pumpkin|
|Provencal Seafood Stew|
|Sauteed Sea Scallops|
|Lock Duart Salmon|
Ta Dah! The Desserts!
|Buttermilk-Mint Panna Cotta, for some reason no one had ordered this delight, so the made one up for me to shoot and best of all I got to eat it as well! Lovely, light and oh so delicious.|
|Coconut Macaroon, unfortunately I didn't get to taste this, but an excuse to return.|
You don't have to wait for a special occasion to try Clementine,
they feature a 25$ prix fixe option on the menu all the time!
44 Maine Street
The later would turn out to be Boda!
Toby and I had eaten there not to long ago
and enjoyed it very much, sitting next to Richard & Christine Suydam, of Gryffon Ridge, makers of all manner of spices.
|I think the layout and feel of Boda is very nice. It is dim inside and bright outside in Longfellow Square with lots of energy and must be especially so at Christmas when the lights are hung in the trees.|
|I found a seat at the upper bar|
and ordered a
soup and curry a la carte having had a salad and dessert earlier.
671 Congress street