Boston has no shortage of popular eateries. From time to time, however, a very good restaurant seems to fall through the cracks and misses out on the recognition it deserves. In this semi-regular series, we will share our picks for those underrated dining spots that might strike your fancy.
Up next: Garden At The Cellar.
I know, I know. It’s not like no one has heard of it, with its 237 Yelp reviews. But, it’s never full. They’ve never turned me away. Chalk it up, perhaps, to its location being slightly out of the way. Because, it’s not the food. The food is delicious.
The menu is highly seasonal, reflecting what’s both abundant and tasty in nature at any given time. The current menu is root vegetable heavy, with plenty of comfort food to keep you warm in the dropping temperatures. But, they always have a selection of classics on board, including an egg sandwich (it’s my feeling you can never go wrong with breakfast for dinner).
Another plus: the menu satisfies both the carnivore, the vegetarian and the pescatarian. While nearly every menu has a little something for everyone, sometimes the meat-less eaters get left behind. Not so at Garden at the Cellar.
So take the challenge Boston-dwellers and head on over to Cambridge to give the Cellar a try.