The most effective Boston eating places for worldwide delicacies, in accordance with Reddit

The most effective Boston eating places for worldwide delicacies, in accordance with Reddit

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Ink has been spilled over the best Indian, Japanese and Eastern European restaurants.

Chicken Biryani at Tawakal Halal Cafe. Nic Antaya for the Boston Globe

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Wondering where to order your next Greek, Japanese or Russian meal? As always, Reddit has you covered.

On Saturday, a Reddit user posed a question to Boston residents who were born outside the US: What’s the best source for your native cuisine?

“I was born and raised in Australia and r/australia has some interesting answers to that question,” wrote u/bitpusher. “In Boston, the top two (only?) Australian options are KO Catering & Pies (soon to be Seabiscuit) and Cuppacoffee. Let me know where you are from and where (name and location) we can find the best example of your food.

Recommendations poured in, promoting local restaurants specializing in cuisines from China, Italy, Somalia, Turkey, Venezuela and more. Indian restaurants were frequently recommended, with Honest in Lowell, Mela in the South End, Singh’s Cafe in Wellesley, Godvari in Woburn and Shan-A-Punjab in Brookline among the best.

African cuisine was also well represented, with users citing restaurants such as Obosá in Roslindale and Suya Joint in Roxbury for Nigerian food, Tawakal Halal Café for Somali cuisine and Baraka for North African cuisine.

Ittoku in Cambridge, Isshindo Ramen in Allston and Itadaki in the Back Bay have all been highly acclaimed for Japanese cuisine, while Cafe St. Petersburg and Moldova Restaurant in Newton have been recognized for their excellent Eastern European fare.

For more international cuisine recommendations, including dishes from Turkey, Greece, Thailand and Colombia, check out the full thread on Reddit. Would you like to share your own recommendations? Fill out our survey below or send an email [email protected].

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