Find out what Steakhouse restaurants to try in North Reading. North Reading is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 14,892 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 52 reviews
My wife and I have gone to this restaurant twice, both on Easter Sunday this year and last. Last year it was very good, but this year mediocre at best. My wife ordered the sirloin cooked medium. It came out, after sometime, very rare. They took it back for more cooking and it came back fine, but quite chewy. My lamb chops were also chewy.
4 based on 29 reviews
The exterior of the restaurant offers promise, with plentiful parking and an inviting presence. However, our experience fell bit by bit as we entered the building. It was a bit dark and plain looking inside, with no decorating details to look at/amuse us while we waited in the somewhat large entry to be noticed by staff. Despite the fact that the restaurant had many empty tables and did not appear to be very busy, so many long minutes wore on that we were on the brink of leaving the restaurant when we were finally greeted and asked if we wanted to eat in the room on the right with the teppanyaki "iron plate" tables where food would be prepared before us (a dinner and a show!) or to the left for a less showy meal. We chose the left. I had the vegetable plate with fried tofu, admittedly not a very adventurous dish but one which could test the abilities of a chef to make plain food attractive and appetizing. It was edible, but could have been cooked less to be crisper and colorful, and, if the chef were unsure that had hit the mark, there's always some inventive garnish that can jazz up the appearance. My partner had the shashimi plate, his favorite, which he said was delicious. The fish was nestled on beds of crisp daikon "noodles," which did look very good. The MaiTai drink he ordered was tasty, but came in a ceramic mug in the shape of a log that unfortunately was chipped in about half a dozen places. Service was good once we were seated, the waitstaff was pleasant, and our bill came with chocolate mint candies.
3 based on 24 reviews
We hadn't been there since it stopped being the Big Dog but friends had a Group[on so we gave it a shot. The food and service were excellent, but despite being surrounded by wide screen TVs and a full slate of Saturday afternoon college football, the whole place, which wasn't much back in the Big Dog days, seemed even grimier and in need of a complete update.
4 based on 332 reviews
Nick Varano, owner of Strega, Strega Waterfront, and Nico Ristorante in the Boston area is opening a new high-end Italian steakhouse in Woburn where he wants "everyone to feel like a celebrity." The expansive 352-seat space (312-seats indoors/ 40-seats ou
Many steakhouses in Burlington Woburn area. More superior choices available if spending at this level with better food and ambiance. Although the popovers are a real comfort food. Strega waterfront is one of our family favorites for celebrating
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