Pardon the radio silence, it’s been a crazy hectic March. After the purse debacle, Mr. P flew off to HK / Samui for a friend’s wedding leaving me alone with C for almost 9 days! He was barely home when we hosted one of my bestest girlfriends. I’ve also just had the busiest week at work.
After all that was done, we found ourselves on a girls’ weekend to Boston on the graveyard (2.40am) express. Not quite jetsetting, more amtraking.
So… Boston. Reminds me a little of Europe (London); the architecture, the cobblestone streets, the huge park in the middle of the city.
First things first, the food was AH-MAZING!!! We did not have a bad meal all weekend.
Neptune Oyster came across highly recommended by my colleagues (none of them Bostonians). While I was sure it is very touristy, since we were playing the part we gave it a go…
Local (Massachusetts) oysters. Since I don’t do oysters, I’ll just have to trust Shan’s words. These were fantastic; fresh, no condiments needed. At USD 2.70-2.80 a pop, it was pretty cheap too.
Our shared littleneck clams starters. Again super fresh and the broth was so yummy, we asked for bread to mop it up.
63 Salem Street
Boston, MA 02113
No reservation, so head there for 11.30 to avoid having to queue.