Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Braintree. Braintree (US: /ˈbreɪnˌtri/), officially the Town of Braintree, is a suburban New England city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Although officially known as a town, Braintree adopted a municipal charter, effective 2008, with a mayor-council form of government, and is considered a city under Massachusetts law. The population was 35,744 at the 2010 census. The town is part of the Greater Boston area with access to the MBTA Red Line, and is a member of the Metropolitan Area Planning Commission's South Shore Coalition. The first and current mayor of Braintree is Joe Sullivan. Braintree, Massachusetts is named after Braintree, Essex in England.
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3 based on 32 reviews
Let me start it by saying two adults and two children eating hibachi cost a grand total of $138 and then 20-30 for tip. The place was packed. I have also been there on a slow day. To the Management, the bathrooms.... half the doors didnât have lock , two were over clogged, there was toilet paper everywhere. One sink didnât work, only one broken soap dispenser. With heavily watered down soap..There was no toilet paper. The towel dispenser didnât work. The paper towels were over flowing. There were rolls of paper towels on the dirty counter. Soaked. Now, I get it your customers did this to your bathroom, but if this is how hygienic your bathroom is ...where your employees wash their hands, and then handle your customers food?? ::cringe:: I came here a few months ago and the bathroom was still in the same state. Iâve seen gas station bathrooms cleaner than that ... anyways ...your food is good .... so Iâm just going to pretend like there is an employee bathroom somewhere more hygienic
4 based on 31 reviews
Stopped here for lunch after reading great reviews. The setting is modern and comfortable. The service was very good. However the food was a disappointment. We each had a deluxe bento box. The fried items, including tempura, were cold and greasy. It seemed to have been precooked. The sushi was average. The sashimi was very good.The rice was dry. The best item was the spicy edamame. Maybe it was a bad day!
4 based on 40 reviews
Excellent Vietnamese food and outstanding phos! It's been a number of years since we were last here, but we remembered back then that they had terrific pho but unfortunately for my wife, a limited selection of non-meat/non-poultry dishes. Fortunately, their menu has been broadened considerably since then, now with many options for my pescatarian/vegetarian spouse to partake in. On this recent pleasantly summery October Friday, I enjoyed a generous ("large size"), steaming bowl of beef pho with round steak and brisket slices which were simmering slowly to medium-rare in the tasty, clean broth. It was accompanied by a plate full of crisp fresh mung bean sprouts, large sprigs of Thai basil, and lime wedges, to garnish your bowl as desired. My wife had a plate of their lemongrass tofu and it was seasoned well with a nice spicy kick (which my chili-head wife cranked up to 11 with liberal dollops of garlic chili sauce). Satisfying all around - and very reasonably priced. We'll come back and try the other savory-looking dishes!
4 based on 16 reviews
The sesame chicken was superb and the tofu was the best I've ever had. The miso was astonishing and surprisingly flavorful. A can't miss!
4 based on 18 reviews
After meditation class and before the Superbowl my sister and I needed something just right to eat. We decided to try Sake for a bowl of Yaki Udon, Vegetable Tempura and a small bottle of Hakutsura draft sake. The waitress was attentive and very welcoming! The udon noodles were so yummy with a delicious broth filled with veggies that were crunchy and fresh! The tempura was also very good - you can tell that they keep a clean kitchen which is VERY important. The sake hit the spot. We enjoyed our meal, never felt rushed and had enough to take home for later! (p.s. Pats won!)
4 based on 39 reviews
I was so excited to be introduced to Thai food! My son and his wife took me to Cafe Asiana for dinner. We started with a scorpion bowl! YUMMY, ordered spring rolls, crab Rangoons and Thai sticks( vegetables fried in a light batter) DELICIOUS. I had Pad Thai which was amazing and plentiful. I tasted the Drunken noodles which was also very good! The waiter was very polite, professional and pleasant! This was a great experience and wonderful place to eat!
4 based on 125 reviews
Thank you to everyone who rated Lime Leafâit really is five stars. Delicious food, friendly service, good atmosphere, and reasonably priced. We live about 40 minutes away, but will drive back to try more things on the menu. I had Pad Thai and my husband had Drunken Noodles. Again, this is a great restaurant.
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