Fried Boston

Jessica · Boston Food Tour · created over 3 years ago

The best fried foods in the Boston area...everything from french fries to fried clams, deep-fried twinkies to deep-fried pickles. Feel free to add your favorites!

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    Crispy Cauliflower with Curry Mayo at The Dining Car in Cambridge, Massachussets

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    Buttermilk Soaked Onion Rings at All Star Sandwich Bar in Cambridge, MA

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  • fried chicken at Strip-T's Restaurant in Watertown, MA

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    Fried Clams at Island Creek Oyster Bar in Boston, MA

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  • Fried Haddock at Burke's Seafood in , MA

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    Bon Chon (Korean Fried Chicken) at Bon Chon in Allston, MA

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    Arancini at Galleria Umberto in Boston, MA

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    St Jacob's Zucchini at Cuchi Cuchi in Cambridge, MA

    Cuchi Cuchi has an eclectic mix of global small plates. The St. Joseph's Zucchini is sliced zucchini layered with Serrano ham and manchego cheese and deep fried.

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    Crispy Pigs Head Cake at Russell House Tavern in Cambridge, MA

    Russell House Tavern has several items on their menu of small plates and entrees that are far from pedestrian. The Crispy Pigs Head Cake is along the lines of a crab cake but obviously made with crispy pigs head instead of crab. Very tasty!

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  • Foie Gras & Doughnuts at Garden At the Cellar in Cambridge, MA

    Two great tastes that taste great together, right? This pairing is accompanied by cocoa nibs, crystalized ginger and an orange reduction.

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    rosemary french fries at Clover Food Lab in Cambridge, MA

    Thin cut fries tossed with fresh rosemary. You can get these from any of the Clover Food Trucks around town.

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  • Fried Chicken Wings at Vinh Sun BBQ Restaurant LLC in Boston, MA

    Try the spicy dry-fried chicken wings at this Chinatown restaurant known for their bad service. ;)

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    Fried Dill Pickle Slices at Fat Cat The in Quincy, MA

    The Fat Cat offers upscale pub grub in Quincy Center. One of our favorite apps here are the fried dill pickle slices. They are served in a paper cone with a cajun remoulade for dipping. Enjoy the pickle slices with a beer or one of the Fat Cat's specialty cocktails.

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    Onion Rings at Hingham Lobster Pound in Hingham, Ma

    These flakey, salted fried onion rings are the perfect accompaniement to the Lobster Pound's superb lobster roll. This is strictly a road-side take out joint with no place to sit and eat, but that's okay... you can drive about 1/4 mile down the road and eat your meal by the Hingham Bathing Beach.

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    Portuguese Style Calamari at Jake's Seafood Restaurant in Hull, MA

    Jake's is an old-school family-owned seafood joint in the old-school beach town of Hull. Located a block from Nantasket beach, Jake's is a casual eatery with a waterview. The menu is chock-full of all kinds of seafood preparations. One standout is the appetizer of Portuguese-Style fried calamari. The tender calamari is deep fried and tossed with olives, atichokes, red peppers, marinara sauce and feta.

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  • Onion Strings at Trina's Starlite Lounge in Somerville, MA

    Seasoned onion stings in a simple breading. At only $4 for a heaping bowl of these babies, who can resist?

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    Fried Native Clams at Clam Box of Ipswich in Ipswich, MA

    One of the reasons to look forward to summer in New England: Fried Clams! The Clam Box of Ipswich serves up what many consider to be the best fried clams around. Fresh Native Ipswich whole-belly fried clams are the star of the show.

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    Garbanzos Fritos at Estragon in Boston, MA

    Chickpeas that are tossed in paprika and fried resulting in crunchy little, lightly spiced bites. Think of them as a tapas version of bar nuts.

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