Sutton in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Sutton with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4 based on 87 reviews
Tony's was always the go-to place for the family on a Friday night for pizza. It was fresh and delicious with ample amounts of ingredients. Today's Tony's is not the same. We ordered a two way pizza and the cheese was like melted American cheese and the crust was soggy.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Christopher's Homemade Ice Cream is a family run business that opened in the summer of 2013. We make all of our ice cream by hand on the premises and have between 36 and 38 flavors, depending on the time of year. We also offer soft serve ice cream with chocolate, vanilla and swirl. We offer 16 seats inside and 16 seats for patio seating outside during the spring and summer months.
Set in a converted textile mill. Ice cream is fantastic. Lots of great flavors including a few no sugar added flavors. It is wheelchair friendly and has indoor and outdoor seating. Staff is always very friendly
4 based on 62 reviews
Scales is a great counter-service style place with plenty of parking, friendly staff, open chair seating (no booths), and good food. My fave: The Turkey rachel sandwich. Portions are large, so to-go boxes are stacked along the wall with extra napkins and plasticware. This is a great neighborhood place tucked away off Main St in Millbury. Worth finding. You'll be back. Oh! They have great ice cream, but Christopher's ice cream is a short walk, too, so you have good choices for something sweet.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We are a 4th generation farm in the Blackstone Valley. With a miniature golf course, animals in our barnyard, fun farm activities including a hayride, and of course ice cream--there is never a dull moment at the West End Creamery.
What a neat place to get ice cream, across the street from the ice cream counter there is a magnificent landscaped house. Then to the right of the counters there are cows to look at. Better yet the flavors are really creative. Maple bacon is a must get. At first the bacon was a bit soggy but then they stepped it up that it was just right. I also had the Wild Maine Berry, this was actually my favorite, magnificent it felt like I was in Maine picking berries. And what really makes this place is the farm store. There was cow tongue, which is hard to find, it was so cheap.
4 based on 222 reviews
The servers and staff are warm. The wait for soups/starters as well as main course were both average. The prices are reasonable and the food tasty. The location at the intersection of two major interstates is very convenient.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
We stopped for dinner one rainy night. We were greeted by a friendly hostess. They had several specials and we chose meatloaf and chicken parmigiana. Both were above average. Price was reasonable and service great. We will be back soon!
2.5 based on 5 reviews
I try to avoid this Dunkins but it was on my way to my first errand.
I remember why I avoid it. There were only 3 people in line but 15 minutes later they finally took my order.
The cashier was rude and was screaming at someone making coffee and someone making sandwiches.
While the order was correct the overall experience was bad.
Avoid this D&D at all costs and go up the road.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
This is a very small cafe on the main road going through Sutton. The booths/tables (approx. 4-5) seat two comfortably, but four can fit. There is one larger table at the back that seats six. There is also counter seating. When we arrived at around 7:45 there was only booth left. Two men were working, one serving the tables and the other cooking. At 8, a young lady came to work. All were very friendly and we had our coffee and juice within minutes. I think we stressed the staff with our large order (3 adults and 2 kids) coming right after the table of six order. The order took a really long time to come out. We were finally served at around 8:30. That was the only negative. The food was very good. Nothing fancy...but very good, ample portions,and very reasonable. This is a definite stop for breakfast.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
This little restaurant has seats for about 20-30 people, but more than 100 different items on the menu. Italian, Greek, hot dogs, hamburgers, seafood and even Mexican. We had a Hawaiian small pizza and the crust was something magical, fresh and crunchy. We also ordered garlic bread (nothing special) and fried scallops (and they were sweet and cooked to perfection). Service was great and fast, and the place was spotless. This is a really neat place for a quick meal.
4 based on 82 reviews
Nice little gem! Have been here many, many times over the last few years. Always, a good lunch spot. Can be very noisy, when busy (which is usual). Large menu on the wall above ordering/register area. once you order, find a seat, and they bring your food to you promptly, They also have daily and seasonal specials. Food is always fresh and served promptly. Delicious soups, sandwiches, ans wonderful lobster rolls in season. A must try if you are in the area. Very busy commercial area, right off a major highway.
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