Owned by the same family since 1917, this seafood shanty was once considered a local secret. Now the word has got out. If you demand elegant decor or ... More
Owned by the same family since 1917, this seafood shanty was once considered a local secret. Now the word has got out. If you demand elegant decor or an extensive wine list, look elsewhere. But if you want New England-style seafood, check it out. Seafood chowder and fried calamari are among the appetizers. The seafood platterwith fried clams, scallops, shrimp and scrodis excellent. Broiled fish and lobster plates are good bets. There are also burgers and steak. For dessert, try one of the homemade pies. The restaurant serves beer and wine.
Don't what to say about the food, because my husband and I sat for half an hour, with waitresses passing by and never got anything. People around us were served, they even managed to eat and leave. We finally left after a word to the staff. Is it possible that we didn't get served because my husband s black and I am brown? Sure felt that way.
I am a native Bostonian who has enjoyed the many types of seafood served in the area - except for my recent visit to the No Name Restaurant. We a seafood chowder which was disgusting - it was full of flavorless fish with a full layer of what looked like butter floating on top. The fried clams were obviously fried in VERY old oil. They were dark in color and didn't resemble anything like a clam. They tasted old and rubbery. The vegetables came out of a frozen food bag and tasted as such. All in all it was an embarassing situation as I brought a special guest there who was visiting from California. I currently work in the Seaport area and am always looking for seafood restaurants to enjoy a meal. Too bad the No Name Restaurant won't be one of them.
We loved it.My husband had the fish and chips and he ate all. For sure this is a good place to eat out but I will not recommend to eat every day if you want to be healty. We actually had a blast there, and would recommend it to anyone.
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