West Boylston in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in West Boylston with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Things to do in West Boylston
4.5 based on 264 reviews
A fast paced diner atmosphere with lots going on. Great menu with great service to back it up. The servings are more than generous and the menu has many options.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
My wife is a native New Englander and as such is quite fussy about her clams. She only wants whole fried clams. West Boylston Seafood delivers a generous portion in a no frills environment. Cole slaw was also quite good. The Madam was pleased.
4.5 based on 80 reviews
Met a great Italian gentleman here last week who summed it up in one line...."Give me one of everything...and a cuppa coffee!"
You walk in this lovely facility and the amazing scents make it hard to leave! The sparkling display cases feature an amazing array of every Italian treat you could dream of.
The Mini Cannoli come in a variety of flavors. My favorite is the pistachio. There are lemon squares, frosted anise cookies, hermit bars that are loaded with the perfect balance of the most fragrant spices, and the loveliest selection of hand-detailed wedding cakes. An awesome Batman birthday cake for some lucky lil guy was on its way out the door while we were there.
Don't forget to grab a stack of anise pizzelle for breakfast with coffee tomorrow and maybe an extra one for the road if you're traveling.
Make sure to drop by if you've had lunch at West Boylston Seafood or Ollies next door!!
5 based on 129 reviews
A great place for late summer early fall for homemade ice cream. Prices were very competitive, sizes for two scoops of hard ice cream was large, I saw some families getting extra bowls so kids could share. Sundaes were average size. The ice cream was homemade, nice and creamy with a large variety of flavors to choose from. My husband enjoyed the ginger and a scoop of pumpkin, together was a nice combination. I had the hot fudge sundae with moose track ice cream. They also had soft serve ice cream and when you eat your ice cream you can watch the cows in the field.
4 based on 7 reviews
At Duncan Donuts you are always greeted by a friendly face, excellent coffee and delicious pastry, donut or breakfast sandwich. I would highly recommend it.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Brown Rice is a very basic, small restaurant seating less than 3 dozen. They offer a good variety of Thai food at prices slightly higher than expected. We started with crab Rangoon, which to our surprise was very different from the Chinese version and much better. They arrived piping hot, 6 tiny square packets of very soft, fresh tasting crab filled wontons pulled up in a center twist. I would happily have made a meal on that dish alone if it weren't so costly at $6/order! Instead I had Tom yum soup with more chicken than needed. Next visit I might ask for additional veggies and less chicken. The broth was yummy. My husband had an equally good yellow curry with tofu, which provided 2 more meals for the week at home.
Service was friendly and reasonably prompt. The primary area needing improvement is the decor and basic structure. A rehab. is long overdue, and is the reason for a score of 4 stars rather than 5. However, we are repeat customers since for our tastes this is the best Thai restaurant in our area.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
The title is misleading, because there are many bakeries serving good french bread. Darby's is my favorite for flavor and texture. Actually, all of their breads and baked goods are excellent. The staff is friendly and welcoming. The coffee is good. But the display cases remind me of bakeries of my youth. Lots of traditional bakery items like Danish pastries, Linzer and other cookies, cupcakes, pies, tarts and cakes. If you are about town and looking for a good, quick lunch, a variety of pizzas are made daily from their very tasty dough. There is also a refrigerator case with a variety of refrigerated/frozen foods like ravioli and chicken pies. This is a fabulous bakery. (I am glad I don't live TOO close because I would weigh a lot more....)
4 based on 107 reviews
Went on a Wednesday evening. Service was ok. Food was really a disappointment. Friend calamari was bland and chewy. My entree the ravioli and meatballs were just as disappointing- ravioli seemed as though it was frozen and then reheated. Definitely not homemade. The sauce was like warm and not particularly tasteful. Meatballs ok. The other dinners same disappointment.
4 based on 32 reviews
have been eating ice cream here since I was a child...and can honestly say I have never had a bad ice cream here..many favors and choices...something for everyone...warning can be very busy on a hot summer night...but it makes the ice cream that much better
4.5 based on 8 reviews
Wonderful, hand cut, authentic doughnuts!
My first job was actually at this same location when it was the Donut Chalet. The owner was a self-centered, bombastic, cheapskate of a jerk but he made great hand cut donuts. These donuts are just as good. In fact, they rival my previous, still-existing favorite, the Donut Café.
They have a wide selection of donuts, the staff are very friendly and the prices are good.
If you truly like doughnuts, and you want an authentic cake donut, skip the Dunkin kind-of-like-a-donut that aren't worth the calories, and treat yourself to the real deal.
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